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SCPL News & Announcements - Posts Tagged 'Budget'
The Final Task Force Report to the Library Joint Powers Board on Financially Sustainable Service Models has been submitted. The entire document is available here ...[Read More]
Santa Cruz Public Libraries have put together our Holiday Wish List for 2010. If you'd like to help out the library, consider helping us ...[Read More]
*The application period for this Task Force has ended*
The Library Joint Powers Board has approved a Task Force on Library Service Models and has ...[Read More]
Interested in following the proceedings of the Library Joint Powers Board but unable to come to the meetings? It's now possible to listen to ...[Read More]
Have your say about budget priorities at the March meeting of the Library Joint Powers Board.
The Library Joint Powers Board wants to hear from ...[Read More]
The Santa Cruz Public Libraries' plan for the future will set service priorities for a reduced budget. The library needs help from all members of ...[Read More]
Bliss Salon in Aptos raised $1065 on Saturday, November 14 for the Friends of the Santa Cruz Public Library System Book & Media Fund. One hundred ...[Read More]
The Santa Cruz Public Libraries (SCPL) is joining with local bookstores to put materials on library shelves and support local businesses. Library supporters can buy ...[Read More]
A video from the Today Show: "In this recession, public libraries are seeing an increase in traffic and playing a new role in helping people ... [Read More]
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Posted by ann on June 25, 2009 at 1:07 p.m.
On July 1st, due to declining sales tax and property tax revenues, the Library will be cutting 20 additional staff positions (5 others were eliminated ...[Read More]
Effective June 15, 2009, the $2.50 request fee is being reinstated for requests not picked up.
The library holds requested items for ten days ...[Read More]
TO: LIBRARY JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY BOARD
FR: ACTING DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES
RE: FY 2009-2010 OPERATING BUDGET
Recommendation: That the Library Joint Powers Authority Board approve ...[Read More]
The State, concerned about the possibility that the May 19th ballot initiatives may not be successful, is now considering the option of borrowing 8% of ...[Read More]
Effective April 6, 2009, overdue fines will increase to 50 cents per day per item
This is the first increase in overdue fines in 15 ...[Read More]