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     14-2-35.   Board of public library trustees--Appointment and terms of members. Any public library established under subdivision § 14-2-29(1) shall be governed by a board of public library trustees. The governing body shall appoint five competent citizens broadly representative of the population of the local governmental unit. One of the citizens shall be appointed for one year, two for two years, and two for three years and annually thereafter reappointments or new appointments shall be for a term of three years or to complete an unexpired term. In addition to the five appointees, the governing body may appoint one of its own members to serve as a full voting member of the public library board of trustees during that member's term of office.

Source: SDC 1939, §§ 12.2502, 45.3102; SDCL, §§ 14-3-6, 14-4-3; SL 1976, ch 143, § 10.


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