6-1-9: SCHOOLS, PARKS AND LIBRARY DISTRICTS:
   A.   The village has two (2) library districts within its boundaries: the Fox Lake library district and the Antioch library district. Prior to the issuance of any building permit, the owner or developer of any proposed residential building within the village shall appropriate the sums provided in the following schedule for school, park and the applicable library contributions:
      1.   Library District: The sum of two hundred ten dollars ($210.00) to be paid directly to either the Fox Lake or Antioch library district, depending upon the library district in which the building is to be constructed.
      2.   Village Parks: The sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) to be paid directly to the village of Fox Lake, for park purposes.
      3.   Schools: Contributions for various types of residential buildings shall be as follows:
      TYPE OF RESIDENCE
 
Detached single-family residence:
 
1 bedroom
$    800.00
 
2 bedrooms
1,200.00
 
3 bedrooms
3,100.00
 
4 bedrooms or more
5,050.00
Attached single-family residences (townhomes, condominiums, etc.):
 
1 bedroom
  800.00
 
2 bedrooms
1,300.00
 
3 bedrooms
1,900.00
 
4 bedrooms or more
3,400.00
Apartments:
 
1 bedroom
  800.00
 
2 bedrooms
1,400.00
 
3 bedrooms
1,900.00
 
4 bedrooms or more
2,400.00
 
   B.   The contribution provided in subsection A of this section shall be in addition to any contributions required for school or park sites as contained in the village subdivision code and shall apply to any undeveloped lot within the village.
   C.   The village shall divide the school donation between the appropriate grade school district and high school district with the grade school district receiving seventy five percent (75%) of the total contribution and the high school district receiving twenty five percent (25%) of the total contribution, and the village, at its discretion, may require said payment be made to the respective school districts directly by the permit applicant, and file with the building department evidence of said payment.
   D.   The contributions collected by the village shall be passed on to the appropriate district to be used by said district for whatever lawful purpose they may determine necessary. (Ord. 2001-63, 12-11-2001)
   E.   The building department, in reviewing the building plans, may consider dens, studies, recreation rooms, libraries, loft rooms, office areas, and similar living quarters easily convertible to sleeping use in computing the number of bedrooms. (Ord. 2015-46, 10-13-2015)
   F.   Before authorizing any payment to the library and school districts, the village shall require an executed "hold harmless agreement" by the authorities of the respective districts, in a form approved by the village attorney. By said agreement, the district shall agree to defend all lawsuits brought by developers, owners or any assignee thereof which seeks to recover money from the village for payments made pursuant to this section. In the "hold harmless agreement", the district shall agree to pay all costs including, but not limited to: the costs of defense, all expenses of litigation, investigation, preparation and court costs including attorney fees and the district shall also agree to pay the amount of the judgment or to comply with the terms of any judgment at the expense of the donee district. The village may, but shall not be obligated to, accept representation by an attorney chosen by the donee district. (Ord. 2001-63, 12-11-2001)