(a) Any two or more boards of library trustees acting as incorporators under this
section and the nonstock corporation laws may organize a cooperative library corporation
to administer joint library projects in their counties.
(b)(1) The membership of the corporation consists of the members of each board of
library trustees that signs the articles of incorporation.
(2) If each of the member boards agree, another county may become a member of the
(c) The member boards may delegate any of their intracounty powers and duties to the
corporation to the extent necessary to enable it to carry out and administer joint
(d) Professional and clerical employees of a cooperative library corporation shall
join the Teachers' Retirement System.
(e) Each cooperative library corporation:
(1) Is entitled to use the library fund;
(2) Shall have the annual audit required for a library;
(3) Shall make the annual report required of a board of library trustees; and
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