Wood Place Public Library Discusses Having Long-Range Planning Committee
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
To address future needs and growth of the Wood Place Public Library, California, a meeting was held Thursday, March 29, to discuss setting up a long-range planning committee.
"The Library's previous long-range plan expired in December 2010," Director Connie Walker said. "The library board felt it might better reflect the needs of the county if a committee was comprised of citizens representing a larger area of Moniteau County. A group of individuals were invited to an informational meeting to see if a core group might form to serve on this committee and develop a five-year long-range plan. Those attending were either previously involved with the library, or would have skills that would be helpful with the planning."
The meeting began with a welcome from Laura Burger, Library Board president and was followed by Walker who gave a summary about changes that have been made in the library in the past two years. Burger then began an open forum for questions and discussion of issues needing to be addressed in a long-range planning document.
For more of this story check out the April 4 issue of the California Democrat.
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