Meeting: Huntingburg Public LibraryJune 19, 2020
The Huntingburg Public Library Board met Thursday and:
• Heard that 573 patrons have visited the library since it reopened on June 3. Curbside services are still available.
• Heard that virtual programming is going well. The videos had 15,474 views in May.
• Heard that the library is partnering with Southridge High School coaches and students for a Community Connections Virtual Storytime.
• Heard that background checks on potential employees and volunteers will cost $16 to $18 each. The checks are required by a new state law. The next step will be determining if the library or the job candidates pay for the checks.
• Discussed updating the website.
• Approved a one-year contract of $725 with EnvisionWare for mobile print services.
• Heard that Library Director Lisa McWilliams has begun the 2021 budget process.
• Heard that McWilliams and Board President Chris Neu have been researching how to use the Library Improvement Reserve Fund for remodel projects that the Library Improvement Committee is exploring.
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