DIVISION II – SAVING CLAUSE

          1-1-8          REPEAL OF GENERAL ORDINANCES.  All general ordinances of the County passed prior to the adoption of this Code are hereby repealed, except such as are referred to herein as being still in force or are, by necessary implication, herein reserved from repeal [subject to the saving clauses contained in the following sections], from which are excluded the following ordinances, which are not hereby repealed:

          Tax Levy Ordinances; Appropriation Ordinances; Franchise Ordinance and other Ordinances Granting Special Rights to Persons or Corporations; Contract Ordinances and Ordinances Authorizing the Execution of a Contract or the Issuance of Warrants; Ordinances Establishing, Naming, or Vacating Streets, Alleys, or Other Public Places; Improvement Ordinances; Bond Ordinances: Ordinances Relating to Elections; Ordinances Relating to the Transfer or Acceptance of Real Estate by or from the County; and all Special Ordinances.

          1‑1‑9          PUBLIC UTILITY ORDINANCES.  No ordinance relating to railroads or railroad crossings with streets and other public ways or relating to the conduct, duties, service or rates of public utilities shall be repealed by virtue of the adoption of this Code or by virtue of the preceding section, excepting as this Code shall be considered as amending such ordinance or ordinances in respect to such provisions only.

          1‑1‑10        COURT PROCEEDINGS. No new ordinance shall be construed or held to repeal a former ordinance, whether such former ordinance is expressly repealed or not, as to any offense commit­ted against such former ordinance or as to any act done, any penalty, forfeiture or punishment so incurred, or any right ac­crued or claim arising under the former ordinance, or in any way whatever to affect any claim arising under the former ordinance or in any way whatever to affect any such offense or act so committed or so done, or any penalty, forfeiture or punishment so incurred or any right accrued or claim arising before the new ordinance takes effect, save only that the proceedings thereafter shall conform to the ordinance in force at the time of such proceeding, so far as practicable. If any penalty, forfeiture or punishment be mitigated by any provision of a new ordinance, such provision may be, by the consent of the party affected, applied to any judgment announced after the new ordinance takes effect.

This Section shall extend to all repeals, either by express words or implication, whether the repeal is in the ordinance making any new provisions upon the same subject or in any other ordinance.

Nothing contained in this Chapter shall be construed as abating any action now pending under or by virtue of any general ordinance of the County herein repealed and the provisions of all general ordinances contained in this Code shall be deemed to be continuing provisions and not a new enactment of the same provi­sion; nor shall this Chapter be deemed as discontinuing, abating, modifying or altering any penalty accrued or to accrue, or as affecting the liability of any person, firm or corporation, or as waiving any right of the County under any ordinance or provision thereof in force at the time of the adoption of this Code.

          1‑1‑11        SEVERABILITY OF PROVISIONS. Each section, para­graph, sentence, clause and provision of this Code is severable, and if any provision is held unconstitutional or invalid for any reason, such decision shall not affect the remainder of this Code, nor any part thereof, other than that part affected by such decision.

          1‑1‑12        COUNTY CLERK‘S CERTIFICATE.  TheCountyClerk’s Certificate shall be substantially in the following form:

 

COUNTY CLERK‘S CERTIFICATE

 

STATE OF ILLINOIS                )

                                                    )        ss.               COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE

COUNTY OF UNION                )

 

I, Bobby Toler, County Clerk of the County of Union, do hereby certify that the following Revised Ordinances of the County of Union, State of Illinois of 2011, published by authority of the County Board of Commissioners were published by the County Board of Commissioners of the County of Union, approved by the Chairman of the Board of Commissioners, and published in book form according to law on this date, and that these ordinances are true and perfect copies of the ordinances, as passed, approved and now of record and on file in my office as provided by law.

 

In witness whereof, I have set my hand and affixed the corporate seal of the County of Union, this 21st day of October, 2011.

 

 

                                                                                                                            

BOBBY TOLER

COUNTY CLERK

COUNTY OF UNION, ILLINOIS

 

 

(SEAL)

 

 

          1‑1‑13  ‑  1‑1‑14  RESERVED.