(75 ILCS 16/30-10)
Election and terms of trustees.
(a) Trustees shall be elected every 2
the regular election scheduled for trustees of public library districts
under the Election Code for 6-year
terms. Seven trustees shall constitute a board.
(b) The trustees' terms shall be staggered.
After the first election, the trustees shall determine, by lot, 2
trustees to serve for terms of 2 years, 2 trustees to serve for
terms of 4 years, and 3 trustees to serve for terms of 6 years. The terms
of all trustees shall begin on the third Monday
of the month next following the month of the election.
(c) At each election of trustees after the first election, the trustees
elected to succeed those
whose terms have expired shall hold office for the full
term of 6 years from the third Monday of the month next following
the election and until their respective successors are elected and qualified.
(d) A district may provide by resolution of the board that the term of
its trustees shall be 4 years. If the board adopts such a resolution, then
if 3 trustees are to be elected at the next election or if 2 trustees are
to be elected at each of the next 2 elections, one of the trustees elected
at the next election (to be determined by lot at the
first meeting after
that election) shall serve a 2 year term.
(Source: P.A. 93-847, eff. 7-30-04.)