May 11, 2020

The regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees was called to order at 4:30 p.m. by President George Griffin. The meeting was a video teleconference in accordance with the Shelter in Place health order. In attendance were Janine Brann, Bruce Young, Cherie Lehman, Evie Gill, Richard Gross, Roxanne Michels, Karen Earlywine, Susan Punzelt and Librarian Teresa Pennington.

Minutes of Previous Meeting: MOTION: Brann, second by Lehman to approve minutes from April 13, 2020 meeting. Motion carried.

Correspondence, communications, and public comments: None

Committee Reports:
*Finance: The finance report was reviewed. MOTION: Young, second by Gross to accept finance report. Motion carried.
*Book: None
*House: Librarian Pennington has been checking the building regularly during the closure. The book drop box is still sealed.

Librarian’s Report: Digital services are still available to patrons. The library continues to keep a presence on Facebook and reply to online questions. Book orders are being held until library opens. Children’s summer reading program will be an online version with handout activities. Librarian Pennington participated in continuing education and library director chats related to services during this crisis.
MOTION: Gill, second by Earlywine to approve statistics/librarians report. Motion carried.

*Friends: None
Old Business: None

New Business: MOTION: Michels, second by Lehman to approve FY21 Annual Agreement for SHARE membership and Barcoding B cataloging fees. Motion carried.
MOTION: Young, second by Punzelt to approve proposed participation in the non-resident program and retain the fee at $32.00 for nonresident cards. Motion carried.
The board reviewed and discussed a Pandemic Response: Reopening Plan draft.
MOTION: Earlywine, second by Gross to accept and implement reopening plan. Motion carried.


Meeting adjourned at 5:18 p.m. Next scheduled meeting is Monday, June 8th, 2020.

Respectfully submitted,
Evie Gill, Secy.

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