$session_id eq '$SESSIONID'
What are you intending to do with that comparison? Single quotes don't interpolate, so you are comparing with the literal value $SESSIONID, not with the contents of a variable.
Maybe some fearless monk can find other problems with your code that prevent it form working, but if I were to debug it, I'd need a self-contained script that I can run and reproduce the problem with. So, please provide that.
With a bit of luck, the process of producing a minimal example even makes it obvious what's wrong.
Oh, and finally: What's the reason for using local our all over the place? Lexical variables with my are fine, and avoid some hard-to-debug problems.
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