2009 New Mexico Statutes
Chapter 4 - Counties.
Article 36 - Miscellaneous Powers of Counties
Section 4-36-2 - County libraries; establishment; contract services; gifts and bequests.
4-36-2. County libraries; establishment; contract services; gifts and bequests.
A. A county may establish and maintain a free public library under proper regulation and may receive, hold and dispose of a gift, donation, devise or bequest that is made to the county for the purpose of establishing, increasing or improving the library. The governing body may apply the use, profit, proceeds, interest and rents accruing from such property in any manner that will best improve the library and its use.
B. A county establishing a public library may enter into contracts and joint powers agreements with other counties, municipalities, local school boards, post-secondary educational institutions and the library division of the office of cultural affairs for the furnishing of regional library services.
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