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Title:  

Barth v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Company

 
 Volume/Number:  2008 March 20 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Supreme Court 
 Description:  Appellate citation: 371 Ill. App. 3d 498. JUSTICE KILBRIDE delivered the judgment of the court, with opinion. Chief Justice Thomas and Justices Freeman, Fitzgerald, Garman, Karmeier, and Burke concurred in the judgment and opinion. This Sangamon County plaintiff had a home in Auburn, which was insured by State Farm and which was destroyed by fire in the summer of 2003. 
 Date Created:  03 20 2008 
 Agency ID:  104378 
 ISL ID:  000000036662   Original UID: 17755Control Number: 0283 
  Documents:  20110712101327_104378.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Barth v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Company

 
 Volume/Number:  2008 March 20 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Supreme Court 
 Description:  Appellate citation: 371 Ill. App. 3d 498. JUSTICE KILBRIDE delivered the judgment of the court, with opinion. Chief Justice Thomas and Justices Freeman, Fitzgerald, Garman, Karmeier, and Burke concurred in the judgment and opinion. This Sangamon County plaintiff had a home in Auburn, which was insured by State Farm and which was destroyed by fire in the summer of 2003. 
 Date Created:  03 20 2008 
 Agency ID:  104378 
 ISL ID:  000000036662   Original UID: 17755Control Number: 0283 
  Documents:  20110712101411_104378s.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bartlow v. Costigan

 
 Volume/Number:  2014 February 21 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  150 Illinois. Illinois. Supreme Court 
 Description:  The Employee Classification Act, which became effective in 2008, addresses the practice of misclassifying employees as independent contractors in the construction industry. In this case from Franklin County, the Illinois Supreme Court upheld the circuit courts rejection of a businesss facial challenge, on vagueness grounds, to the constitutionality of the Act. 
 Date Created:  02-21-2014 
 Agency ID:  115152 
 ISL ID:  000000069198   Original UID: 188196Control Number: 0196 
  Documents:  115152.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Base Income

 
 Volume/Number:  2009 April 6 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Department of Revenue 
 Description:  General Information Letter: Acceptance without adjustment by the IRS of items on a taxpayers federal return is not binding on the Department. 
 Date Created:  06 02 2009 
 Agency ID:  IT 09-0009-GIL 
 ISL ID:  000000019584   Original UID: 10053Control Number: 0231 
  Documents:  IG090009.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Baseline Loadings of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Sediments from Illinois Watersheds

 
 Volume/Number:  1999 November 
 Time Period Covered:  October 1980-September 1996  
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyBureau of Water 
 Description:  The purpose of this report was to evaluate baseline loadings of nutrients and sediment to the Mississippi River from the state of Illinois and to identify the sources of those loads. During the course of preparing this information, it was deemed appropriate to include similar information on the portion of Illinois which drains into the Ohio River basin. The Illinois EPAs Ambient Water Quality Monitoring Network was selected as the data set to conduct this analysis because it provided a statewide network with consistent sampling and analysis methods over an extended period of time. The network consists of 209 stations on streams ranging in size from agricultural drainage ditches to the Mississippi River. The time period for data selected was from October 1980 through September 1996. 
 Date Created:  12 08 2008 
 Agency ID:  IEPA/BOW/99-020 
 ISL ID:  000000040111   Original UID: 20387Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  20120223195541_baseline-loan-report-final-1999.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1997 July 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The IEPA will be conducting an investigation in Batavia in an effort to determine the source of industrial solvent contamination which has been detected in some private water wells near the east bank of the Fox river. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #1 
 ISL ID:  000000041792   Original UID: 21576Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  20120502144703_bata1.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1997 July 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The IEPA will be conducting an investigation in Batavia in an effort to determine the source of industrial solvent contamination which has been detected in some private water wells near the east bank of the Fox river. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #1 
 ISL ID:  000000041792   Original UID: 21576Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  bata1.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1998 March 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  In 1996, routine water sampling by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) identified groundwater contamination in several semi-private and non-community public water supply wells in Batavia, Illinois. Subsequent extensive investigation by the Illinois EPA and IDPH has defined the area where groundwater contamination with Vinyl Chloride and other volatile organic contaminants (VOCs) has been detected. The surface area overlying the contaminated groundwater is roughly bounded by the Fox River on the West, Laurel Street on the North, Illinois Route 25 on the East and Bond Drive on the South and has been designated the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site (Site). 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #2 
 ISL ID:  000000041793   Original UID: 21577Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  20120502144941_bata2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1998 March 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  In 1996, routine water sampling by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) identified groundwater contamination in several semi-private and non-community public water supply wells in Batavia, Illinois. Subsequent extensive investigation by the Illinois EPA and IDPH has defined the area where groundwater contamination with Vinyl Chloride and other volatile organic contaminants (VOCs) has been detected. The surface area overlying the contaminated groundwater is roughly bounded by the Fox River on the West, Laurel Street on the North, Illinois Route 25 on the East and Bond Drive on the South and has been designated the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site (Site). 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #2 
 ISL ID:  000000041793   Original UID: 21577Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  bata2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1998 July 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  As previously reported in Fact Sheet #2, routine water sampling by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) identified groundwater contamination in several semi-private and non-community public water supply wells in Batavia, Illinois. Subsequent, extensive investigation by the Illinois EPA and IDPH has defined the area where groundwater contaminated with Vinyl Chloride and other volatile organic contaminants (VOCs) has been detected. The surface area overlying the contaminated groundwater is roughly bounded by the Fox River on the West, Laurel Street on the North, Illinois Route 25 on the East and Bond Drive on the South and is known as the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site (Site). 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #3 
 ISL ID:  000000041794   Original UID: 21578Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  20120502145251_bata3.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  1998 July 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  As previously reported in Fact Sheet #2, routine water sampling by the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) identified groundwater contamination in several semi-private and non-community public water supply wells in Batavia, Illinois. Subsequent, extensive investigation by the Illinois EPA and IDPH has defined the area where groundwater contaminated with Vinyl Chloride and other volatile organic contaminants (VOCs) has been detected. The surface area overlying the contaminated groundwater is roughly bounded by the Fox River on the West, Laurel Street on the North, Illinois Route 25 on the East and Bond Drive on the South and is known as the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site (Site). 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #3 
 ISL ID:  000000041794   Original UID: 21578Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  bata3.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  2000 April 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) has completed its environmental investigations at the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site. Illinois EPA has placed a final report of the investigation in the Site Information Repository in the Batavia Public Library, for review by interested citizens. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #4 
 ISL ID:  000000041795   Original UID: 21579Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  20120502145537_bata4.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Groundwater Contamination Study

 
 Volume/Number:  2000 April 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Illinois EPA) has completed its environmental investigations at the Batavia Groundwater Contamination Site. Illinois EPA has placed a final report of the investigation in the Site Information Repository in the Batavia Public Library, for review by interested citizens. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #4 
 ISL ID:  000000041795   Original UID: 21579Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  bata4.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Batavia Popcorn Depot - Batavia, Illinois

 
 Volume/Number:  2006 Jan. 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Illinois Historic Preservation Agency 
 Description:  The Illinois MAIN STREET Program, through the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency, has provided this free design assistance to qualified property/ business owners in the officially designated MAIN STREET project areas. The rendering for Batavia Popcorn Depot, Batavia, Illinoisis a conceptual view of the facade renovation based on information supplied to the staff architect. 
 Date Created:  01 2006 
 Agency ID:  2005072 
 ISL ID:  000000018077   Original UID: 9704Control Number: 0002 
  Documents:  20090528212634_BATAVIAPOPCORNDEPOT.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2002 August 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The landfill has erosion problems, uncovered refuse, and is leaching into the Sangamon River. Leachate is a liquid that results from water traveling through decomposing waste in a landfill and usually contains a variety of contaminants. This may escape into surrounding surface water or ground water, depending on conditions at a given landfill. The Illinois EPA intends to cap the landfill to prevent further leachate production. The map indicated in the fact sheet pdf is being included in a separate pdf. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #2 
 ISL ID:  000000041796   Original UID: 21581Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  20120502150627_bath2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2002 August 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The landfill has erosion problems, uncovered refuse, and is leaching into the Sangamon River. Leachate is a liquid that results from water traveling through decomposing waste in a landfill and usually contains a variety of contaminants. This may escape into surrounding surface water or ground water, depending on conditions at a given landfill. The Illinois EPA intends to cap the landfill to prevent further leachate production. The map indicated in the fact sheet pdf is being included in a separate pdf. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #2 
 ISL ID:  000000041796   Original UID: 21581Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  20120502150707_bath-landfill-map-2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2002 August 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The landfill has erosion problems, uncovered refuse, and is leaching into the Sangamon River. Leachate is a liquid that results from water traveling through decomposing waste in a landfill and usually contains a variety of contaminants. This may escape into surrounding surface water or ground water, depending on conditions at a given landfill. The Illinois EPA intends to cap the landfill to prevent further leachate production. The map indicated in the fact sheet pdf is being included in a separate pdf. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #2 
 ISL ID:  000000041796   Original UID: 21581Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  bath-landfill-map-2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2002 August 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  The landfill has erosion problems, uncovered refuse, and is leaching into the Sangamon River. Leachate is a liquid that results from water traveling through decomposing waste in a landfill and usually contains a variety of contaminants. This may escape into surrounding surface water or ground water, depending on conditions at a given landfill. The Illinois EPA intends to cap the landfill to prevent further leachate production. The map indicated in the fact sheet pdf is being included in a separate pdf. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #2 
 ISL ID:  000000041796   Original UID: 21581Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  bath2.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2001 May 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  Located on the south side of the Sangamon River near Route 48 in Decatur, this 11.7-acre landfill received municipal solid waste and demolition debris beginning in 1918. The landfill ceased accepting waste in 1991 due to a Consent Order from the Illinois Attorney General. The Consent Order required placement of two feet of cover on the landfill. However, Illinois EPA has no documentation that the work was completed, and after a visual inspection of the site, is concerned about the quality of the cover material. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #1 
 ISL ID:  000000041797   Original UID: 21580Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  20120502150131_bath1.pdf
 
 

Title:  

Bath Landfill

 
 Volume/Number:  2001 May 
 Time Period Covered:    
 Issuing Agency:  Environmental Protection AgencyOffice of Community Relations 
 Description:  Located on the south side of the Sangamon River near Route 48 in Decatur, this 11.7-acre landfill received municipal solid waste and demolition debris beginning in 1918. The landfill ceased accepting waste in 1991 due to a Consent Order from the Illinois Attorney General. The Consent Order required placement of two feet of cover on the landfill. However, Illinois EPA has no documentation that the work was completed, and after a visual inspection of the site, is concerned about the quality of the cover material. 
 Date Created:  05 02 2012 
 Agency ID:  Fact Sheet #1 
 ISL ID:  000000041797   Original UID: 21580Control Number: 0174 
  Documents:  bath1.pdf
 
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