(70 ILCS 3105/10) (from Ch. 85, par. 1660)
    Sec. 10. Within 60 days after their selection, the trustees shall organize by selecting from their members a president, secretary, treasurer and such other officers as are deemed necessary, who shall hold office for the fiscal year in which elected and until their successors are selected and qualify. Three trustees shall constitute a quorum of the board for the transaction of business. The board shall hold regular monthly meetings. Special meetings may be called by the president and shall be called on the request of a majority of members as may be required.
    The board shall provide for the proper and safe keeping of its permanent records and for the recording of the corporate action of the district. It shall keep a proper system of accounts showing a true and accurate record of its receipts and disbursements and it shall cause an annual audit to be made of its books, records and accounts.
    The records of the district shall be subject to public inspection at all reasonable hours and under such regulations as the board may prescribe.
    The district shall annually make a full and complete report to the county board of each county within the district or, if the boundaries of the district are not coextensive with a county or counties, to the board of township trustees of each township within the district and to the Environmental Protection Agency of its transactions and operations for the preceding year. Such report shall contain a full statement of its receipts, disbursements and the program of work for the period covered, and may include such recommendations as may be deemed advisable.
    Executive or ministerial duties may be delegated to one or more trustees or to an authorized officer, employee, agent, attorney or other representative of the district.
    All officers and employees authorized to receive or retain the custody of money or to sign vouchers, checks, warrants or evidences of indebtedness binding upon the district shall furnish surety bond for the faithful performance of their duties and the faithful accounting for all moneys that may come into their hands in an amount to be fixed and in a form to be approved by the board.
    All contracts for supplies, material or work involving an expenditure in excess of $1,500 shall be let to the lowest responsible bidder, after due advertisement except work requiring personal confidence or necessary supplies under the control of monopolies, where competitive bidding is impossible. All contracts for supplies, material or work shall be signed by the president of the board and by any such other office as the board in its discretion may designate.
(Source: P.A. 80-689.)