Board of Trustees Minutes
Others present: Attorney Behrens, Dawson, Kelly, Muench, Shriver, Lenz, Wiltzius
President Bergman called the meeting to order at .
Young moved and
Eng moved and Bloedow
seconded approval of the final 2003 Bill Register. There was a discussion of the complexity of
the budget reporting, and it was suggested that the Financial Report be
modified to make it clearer. Further
discussion was referred to the finance committee. The motion passed.
Bloedow reported on a meeting of the committee, including himself, Eng, Dawson and Kelly. The consensus at that meeting was that Dawson’s outline of a planning process was on the right track. The committee will meet again after getting additional staff input.
de Young reported on a meeting of the Community Task Force to Restore Library Hours. The group had decided that they did not wish to work as a Board committee, but seek broader involvement. That is an ad hoc group of library supporters, including some board members, some FOAL members and other community members. The group has had communication with several alderpersons and other community members and will continue to work toward the restoration of library hours.
The committee will be meeting next week to determine what scholarships will be awarded. Deadline for applications is Friday, February 13. They will have recommendation for board approval at the March meeting.
reported a donation of $200 from Larry and
Dawson also reported on discussions with Town of Greenville officials and Fred Hauser of the Fox Cities YMCA about the possibility of establishing a library in the town.
All members of the board are invited and encouraged to attend the March 12th general staff meeting, which will be developed around the theme of “Meet the Board”.
Bloedow has agreed to serve on the OWLS Board of Trustees. His appointment is subject to Outagamie County Board approval.
The meeting adjourned at .