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Library Joint Powers Board Seeks New Citizen Member
The Library Joint Powers Board for the Santa Cruz Public Libraries has an opening for a new Citizen Member who is a registered voter and resides in Library District 2. Library District 2 is defined as the City of Scotts Valley, Supervisorial District 5 less the portion within the City of Santa Cruz, and Supervisorial District 1 less the portions within the Cities of Santa Cruz and Capitola and Live Oak south of Capitola Road.
The SCPL Joint Powers Board (LJPB) is a governing board whose broad duties are outlined by the Joint Powers Agreement. The Board is responsible for financial oversight, passing a balanced annual budget, setting strategy and policy for the library to achieve its mission, and establishing criteria for success and evaluating library service. The Board ensures that quality library services are provided to meet the needs of a diverse community. The Board represents the public and is accountable to the public.
For more information about the Board, Financial and Planning Documents, and current and past Board agendas and minutes please visit www.santacruzpl.org/aboutscpl/.
More information and application materials are available in the documents below or by calling 427-7706.
Applications must be received via mail or e-mail by 5pm on November 12, 2013.
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