An interstate library district which establishes, maintains or operates any facilities
or services in its own right shall have a governing board which shall direct the affairs
of the district and act for it in all matters relating to its business. Each participating
public library agency in the district shall be represented on the governing board
which shall be organized and conduct its business in accordance with provision therefor
in the library agreement. But in no event shall a governing board meet less often
than twice a year.
Any private library agency or agencies party to a library agreement establishing
an interstate library district may be represented on or advise with the governing
board of the district in such manner as the library agreement may provide.
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