- Physical facilities in The Kansas Public Library Handbook by Roy Bird, State Library of Kansas, 1998.
- Capital Improvement Fund in The Kansas Public Library Handbook by Roy Bird, State Library of Kansas, 1998.
- Title to buildings in The Kansas Public Library Handbook by Roy Bird, State Library of Kansas, 1998.
- What is the relationship between annual levy and issuance of bonds in funding the building of libraries? Attorney General Opinion 77-162
- Should funds raised in a voter approved bond to construct a library be given to the library board treasurer or used by the city commission? Attorney General Opinion 78-74
- Can a city build a library in a public park? Attorney General Opinion 1970
- Is the building funding levy in 12-1254 a one-time only authorization or can it be repeated?' Attorney General Opinion 78-226
- In a special bond election for building a library, does the official ballot have to state the total cost of the library project? Attorney General Opinion 1972
- Does the wording of the bond proposal limit the amount of federal monies that can be used for the project? Attorney General Opinion 1972
- If no federal monies are available, can the library be built with only the bond issue funding? Attorney General Opinion 1972
- Must township libraries accept competitive bids for building construction? Attorney General Opinion 75-8
- Can the library board of a district library call an election on issuing bonds for acquiring an existing building? Attorney General Opinion 86-105
- Can city, county, township, district or regional public library boards invest tax funds not immediately required for the purposes for which the tax was collected? Attorney General Opinion 1960(2), 62-57, 73-387
- Must city government hold an election to alter an existing structure? Attorney General Opinion 99-67
- Can the city use the right of eminent domain to condemn private land for use as a library? Attorney General Opinion 1959
(NOTE: G.S. 14-435 cited in the above opinion and granting cities the power to condemn private property for library use was repealed July 1, 1971. Nevertheless, the last three paragraphs provides useful commentary on the use of levied money for library remodeling and additions.)