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MONDAY, JUNE 17, 2019

Ann Arbor District Library Board Meeting

Ann Arbor District Library

4th Floor Conference Room A - 6:00 p.m. - Closed Session

Lower Level Multipurpose Room - 7:00 p.m. - Public Hearing/Meeting

343 S. Fifth Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA 

19-097 I. CALL TO ORDER

19-098 II. ATTENDANCE 

19-099 III. RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION FOR DISCUSSION OF REAL ESTATE 

19-100 IV. RECONVENE TO REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 P.M. 

19-101 V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA

(Item of action) 

19-102 VI. CONSENT AGENDA

(Item of action)  

CA-1 Approval of Minutes of May 14, 2019 and May 20, 2019 

CA-2 Approval of May 2019 Disbursements 

19-103 VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS  

19-104 VIII. FINANCIAL REPORTS

Josie Parker, Director 

19-105 IX. COMMITTEE REPORTS  

19-106 A. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

(10 minutes)  

19-107 B.  STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE

(10 minutes)

19-108 X. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Josie B. Parker, Director  

19-109 XI. OLD BUSINESS 

19-032 A. BRIDGEPORT CONSULTING - UPDATE

Anica Madeo

(30 minutes) 

18-049 B. UPDATE ON CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

Len Lemorie, Facilities Manager

(5 minutes)

19-093 C. DIRECTOR’S EVALUATION LETTER FROM AADL BOARD

Linh Song, President 

19-110 XII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS  

19-111 XIII. ADJOURNMENT       

 

Citizens' Comments – Request to Address the Board

  1.  Persons who wish to address the Library Board may reserve time on any regular or special meeting agenda by calling 734.327.8311 by 5:00 PM of the weekday preceding the meeting.  Persons who have not reserved time in advance may speak after those who have reserved time.

  2.  Maximum time for individual speakers will not exceed three minutes.

  3.  One speaker may yield his/her time to another if both have signed up and both are in attendance at the   meeting.

  4.  No person may speak more than once on the same subject during a single meeting.

  5.  Citizens' Comments at special meetings or study sessions will occur at the end of the meeting. Maximum time for individual speakers will not exceed three minutes.

  6.  Trustees, Director, and Administrators will not answer questions during Citizens' Comments. The speaker may request a response in writing. Trustees may, with the permission of the Board President, ask a question of a speaker.  No dialog will occur.

  7.  Individuals addressing the Board should take into consideration rules of common courtesy.