Pines and Plains Libraries board seeks applicants

Staff report
Posted 11/30/18

The Pines and Plains Libraries board of trustees is seeking applicants to fill vacancies now and in the future as the district continues to grow. The board governs the library district and generally …

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Pines and Plains Libraries board seeks applicants

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The Pines and Plains Libraries board of trustees is seeking applicants to fill vacancies now and in the future as the district continues to grow.

The board governs the library district and generally meets the fourth Wednesday of each month. The board figures out the needs of the community and gives the director the tools to make library services happen through plans and policies for its four branches — in Elbert, Elizabeth, Kiowa and Simla.

Members of the board sometimes serve on committees or attend library get-togethers.

Pines and Plains Libraries has the goal of making bigger, better libraries to suppor local creativity, communication and culture.

Those who understand the value of libraries can apply right away. The district would like to develop a pool of potential trustees for vacancies now and in the future.

Applications are available at pplibraries.org/about-us/board-of-trustees. Or stop by a library and ask us to print one out for you. Call director Tim Miller at 303-358-8820 or email director@pplibraries.org with any questions.

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