§ 141.2. District library centers.
(a) The primary purpose of State aid to district library centers is to enable such libraries to exercise leadership in developing a coordinated system of library services among all the local libraries of a district which will bring maximum diversity, quality and use to all the residents of the district.
(b) Such State aid is intended to provide services and resources beyond those which a district library center offers as a local library and for which it is receiving State financial assistance. While the extent of district services and activities shall be related to the amounts of State funds available, each district library center receiving State aid shall offer reference services to all persons and local libraries, and interlibrary loan services through local libraries applying therefor and take steps toward meeting all of the criteria specified in § 141.22 (relating to district library centers).
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