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In addition to oil and gas records from the ISGS wells database, users can view other data layers like producing horizons, samples, core analysis data, structure contours, waterflood areas, and oil fields. Through these layers the application also provides access to other resources including well summary sheets, logs, scout check tickets, core analysis reports, and oil field statistics.




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We encourage you to download the Vermilion County mobile application. Our mobile application has many features to stay connected with our office and access useful information. You can view the daily court docket, complete your jury questionnaire, make payments and much more. Click the link below for the appropriate app store.


The initial implementation of the ResearchIL application promotes the use of electronic court documents and prepares for a remote public access application, which will provide attorneys and the public a central location to access all court documents. ResearchIL is the cross-jurisdictional portal that allows remote access to documents filed in the other counties with the State.


Accountants provide the information necessary to determine and evaluate the long term and short term financial stability of companies, organization or individuals. Accountants track expenses, provide detailed insight about the expenses and future paths, as well as prepare, analyze and verify financial documents. They look for ways to be more financially efficient, keep public records and make sure taxes are paid properly.


The SAFE-T Act requires the Board to establish statewide standards for minimum standards regarding regular mental health screenings for probationary and permanent police officers. The Board recently passed a preliminary version of these standards for public review before revisiting these at the next board meeting. Please click here to review these standards. Comments may be directed to ptb.comments@illinois.gov


We are happy to announce that the City of Bloomington has graciously allowed ILETSB to use its municipal board room to host our upcoming meetings. Due to the distancing measures still in place, this meeting will be conducted via WebEx and all board members will be a sent an invite link in the upcoming days. A phone number will be made available for members of the public wishing to listen to the proceedings. At this time, we plan to have the Curriculum meeting at 9am on Thursday, June 11th and the Full Quarterly Meeting at 10am that same day. Phone lines will open 30 minutes in advance for each meeting. Anyone seeking to make a public comment is asked to do so in writing to this address: ptb.comments@illinois.gov. Any comments received before the meeting will be reviewed by the Chairman and reflected in the record.


While the Open Meetings Act remains in place during this period, the provision requiring a physical quorum has been temporarily suspended. With that, we will proceed as normal and follow all rules and protocols pertinent to the business of the Board. However, we ask that Board members and the public take advantage of the distancing accommodation and participate remotely. Board staff will be available to assist anyone needing assistance in this area and we ask that any technical questions be directed to: PTB.EDI@illinois.gov


Effective March 1, 2018, ILETSB will be accepting electronically submitted Approved Academy Instructor Applications as the primary method of submission. This new protocol will reduce staff time, allow for permanent records to be shared by the entire organization, and most importantly, ensure retention of permanent records. The process for receiving, retaining, and responding to those electronic applications are as follows:


Birth certificates are confidential records. No information will be provided over the telephone regarding birth certificates. Pursuant to the Illinois Vital Records Act, only certain individuals have legal access to birth certificates. The Springfield City Clerk's Office will only issue certificates to authorized individuals. Vital Records are not considered public information and, as such, are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act.


Our office only has birth records from 1985-current. If the birth occurred after January 1, 1985 in the City of Springfield, that record can be obtained at the Office of the City Clerk. The application for a birth record must indicate the requestor's relationship to the person and the intended use of the document. If the birth occurred prior to January 1, 1985 in the City of Springfield you may contact the Sangamon County Clerk's Office (217) 753-6700 or the Illinois Department of Vital Records (217) 782-6554. You may also order a birth record online via the Illinois Department of Vital Records if that birth occurred in another county in Illinois.


Death records are not public records and are only available to those who have a personal or property right interest with the decedent. If you are not a relative of the deceased person, a letter or document from the office or agency that needs the death certificate must accompany your request. The Springfield City Clerk's Office will only issue certificates to authorized individuals. Vital Records are not considered public information and, as such, are not subject to the Freedom of Information Act.


The FAA has partnered with Aloft (formerly Kittyhawk) to redevelop the FAA's first mobile application, to improve the user experience so that recreational flyers know whether it is safe to fly their drone. The app provides situational awareness to recreational flyers and other drone users. It does not allow users to obtain airspace authorizations to fly in controlled airspace, which are only available through the FAA's Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability (LAANC).


The Auditor General is a constitutional officer of the State of Illinois charged with reviewing the obligation, expenditure, receipt and use of public funds. The office issues approximately 150 post-audits of State agencies each year, reviewing an agency's financial records, compliance with State and federal laws and regulations, and program performance after the close of its fiscal year.


Requires an operator of a commercial internet website, online or cloud computing service, online application, or mobile application that collects personally identifiable information through the Internet about individual users residing in Delaware who use or visit the operator's commercial internet website, online or cloud computing service, online application, or mobile application to make its privacy policy conspicuously available on its internet website, online or cloud computing service, online application, or mobile application. An operator shall be in violation of this subsection only if the operator fails to make its privacy policy conspicuously available within 30 days after being notified of noncompliance. Specifies requirements for the policy. 041b061a72


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