Board Meeting Minutes

Board Meeting Minutes 2017 02

Administrator : May 18, 2017 4:13 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Elkhart Public Library was held February 21, 2017, at the Main Library and called to order at 5:38 p.m. by Janice E. Dean, President.

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

Members present: Brian Byrn, Renee’ Cocanower, Janice E. Dean, Carlos Esteves, and Jennifer Nielsen. Mary E. Davis and Clarence Thomas were unable to attend.

Others present: Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director and Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager.

Staff present: Erin Brousseau, Human Resource Generalist; Diana Gill, Computer Services, Department Head; Jeanne Glanders, Popular Materials Department Head; Allison McLean, Young People’s Services Department Head; and Chuck Pieri, Branch Young People’s Librarian.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented. There being no objections, Carlos Esteves moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

Brian Byrn seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

Janice E. Dean announced that Brian Byrn’s second term expires on June 30, 2017, and that he respectfully declines reappointment for another term. Janice thanked Brian for his work on the Board. Brian thanked the Board for the opportunity to serve, and said he would remain a library advocate and supporter and looked forward to more collaboration between the museum and library in the future.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented her report for the month of February. She displayed three graphs depicting use of electronic resources (prepared by Reference Librarians Katrina Maust and Celine Maciejewski) and answered Board members’ questions about the data. She reported that Trevor Wendzonka would be starting as Marketing and Public Relations Manager on Monday, February 27, 2017.

Board input was requested and offered regarding potential programming and possible revision to the holiday schedule.

Department Report

Jeanne Glanders, Popular Materials Department Head, led a tour and reported on recent changes in the department, including new shelving units, displays and information desk, the relocated public bulletin board.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Job description – Clerk Administration

Erin Brousseau, HR Generalist, presented a revised job description for Clerk – Administration. There being no questions Renee’ Cocanower, Vice President moved

THAT the job description be approved as presented.

Carlos Esteves seconded Motion: Carried

NEW BUSINESS

2017 Fee Schedule

Lisa Guedea Carreño presented a revised Fee Schedule for 2017. There being no questions, the fee schedule was approved by consensus.

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 7:03 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is March 21, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at the Osolo Branch Library, 3429 E. Bristol St., Elkhart, IN.

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Jennifer Nielsen, Acting Secretary

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Board Meeting Minutes 2017 01

Administrator : May 18, 2017 4:12 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Elkhart Public Library was held January 24, 2017, at the Main Library and called to order at 5:36 p.m. by Brian Byrn, Treasurer.

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

Members present: Brian Byrn, Carlos Esteves, Jennifer Nielsen and Clarence Thomas. Renee’ Cocanower, Mary E. Davis, Janice E. Dean were unable to attend.

Others present: Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director and Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager. Susie Wade of the Democratic Women of Elkhart, and Dwight Fish, Elkhart City Council member.

Staff present: Jeanne Glanders, Popular Materials Department Head; Rachel Rice, Outreach Services Department Head, Gwen Robison, Assistant Director Support Services; Mary Beth Schlabach, Reference Services Department Head; and Sheila Urwiler, Assistant Director Public Services.

BOARD OF FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING

The Board of Finance of Elkhart Public Library annual meeting was called to order by Brian Byrn at 6:10 p.m. when a quorum was reached.

The Business Manager presented the Investment Report for 2016 and recommended no changes to the Investment Policy. The first order of business was election of officers for 2017. Brian Byrn moved

THAT The Board of Finance elect Janice E. Dean as president and Jennifer Nielsen as secretary for the 2017 calendar year.

THAT the investment policy be approved unchanged from previous year; and

THAT the report of investments for 2016 be approved, and

THAT the meeting of the Board of Finance be adjourned.

Second: Carlos Esteves Motion: Carried

The meeting was adjourned at 6:12 p.m. The Board of Finance will meet each January as required by law.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented. There being no objections, Jennifer Nielsen moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

Carlos Esteves seconded Motion: Carried.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented her report for the month of January. She presented a schedule for presentation of statistics during 2017.

Guests Susie Wade and Dwight Fish of the Democratic Women of Elkhart County were introduced. They proposed the use of public space on the main floor of the Main Library for a display designed to celebrate Women’s History Month, March 2017. The display will focus on Women’s History, primarily suffrage and women’s voting rights, and will highlight materials and resources available at the Elkhart Public Library. The display will showcase local, state and national historical female figures. The Board was assured that the display would be non-partisan in nature, and therefore agreed to allow the space necessary for the month-long display at the Main Library.

Sheila Urwiler, Assistant Director Public Services, presented an overview of her recent work on Project Outcome. She presented a summary of all data collected during our first evaluation period in the fall of 2016. She plans to continue implementing Project Outcome for Library programs in 2017.

Department Report

Mary Beth Schlabach, Reference Services Department Head, reported on recent changes in Reference Services, including the new meeting room space, the addition of several comfortable seating areas for patrons, and book displays.

NEW BUSINESS

Job description – Clerk Administration

Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager, presented a revised job description for Clerk –
Administration. This being a first reading, this item was tabled until February.

Salary Schedules 2017

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented the salary schedule with changes previously approved by the Board during 2016. Clarence Thomas moved

THAT the Salary Schedule be approved as presented.
Second: Jennifer Nielsen Motion: carried

2016 Transfer to LIRF

Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager, reported that in the 2016 budget, $106,500 was set aside in the Transfer to LIRF line. She and the Director recommended that $50,000 be transferred to LIRF in 2016. Carlos Esteves moved

THAT $50,000 be transferred to LIRF in 2016 as recommended.

Second: Jennifer Nielsen Motion: carried

2016 Encumbrances

Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager, presented a list of encumbrances from the 2016 budget. Jennifer Nielsen moved

THAT the 2016 Encumbrance List be approved as presented.

Second: Carlos Esteves Motion: Carried

2016 Budget Revision Resolution

This item was tabled, as we have not yet received EPL’s 1782 budget notice from the State.

Resolution to Pay Bills Without Prior Approval

Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager, presented the annual resolution giving accounting staff authority to pay certain bills between Board meetings. Brian Byrn moved

THAT the resolution to Pay Bills Without Prior Approval be approved as presented.
Second: Clarence Thomas Motion: Carried

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 7:05 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is February 21, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Library, 300 S. 2nd Street, Elkhart, IN.

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Jennifer Nielsen, Acting Secretary

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Board Meeting Minutes 2016 12

Administrator : May 18, 2017 4:11 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Elkhart Public Library was held December 20, 2016, at the Pierre Moran Branch Library and called to order at 5:36 p.m. by Janice E. Dean, President.

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

Members present: Brian Byrn, Renee’ Cocanower, Mary E. Davis, Janice E. Dean, Carlos Esteves and Jennifer Nielsen. Clarence Thomas was unable to attend.

Others present: Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager;

Staff present: Kevin J. Kilmer, Branch Operation Manager; Maureen Meagher, Pierre Moran Branch Supervisor; Mary Beth Schlabach, Reference Services Department Head; and Sheila Urwiler, Assistant Director, Public Services.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented. There being no objections, Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

Janice E. Dean, President, named Jennifer Nielsen as acting secretary for the next several months, during which time Mary E. Davis will be out of State. She also asked for volunteers to deliver the Christmas fruit baskets to the staff. Jennifer Nielsen also agreed to serve on the PTO task force going forward.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented her report for the month of December. She thanked trustee Brian Byrn for his hand in steering the organizers of the as yet unannounced outdoor art display project toward the Library as one of the sites in Elkhart County chosen for an installation. Photos of some of the artwork were shared, and the Director described the place we hope to have the piece installed. Brian Byrn explained that the logistics of this undertaking were immense, and the public announcement should be made in the near future.

The Director reviewed the increases to employee medical insurance premiums for 2017 and changes to the employee and employer shares. The Library will continue to cover $500 per month for single coverage and will contribute between $550 and $725 per month for spouse/children/family coverage, depending on the level selected. This moves EPL’s contribution percentages closer to those of similar employers in the area.

Department Report

Maureen Meagher, Pierre Moran Branch Supervisor, reported on the recent programs and activities at Pierre Moran Branch.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Revision to Organization-Wide Expectations contained in all job descriptions (second reading)

The Director recommended a revision to the organization-wide expectations contained in all job descriptions. Item #2 was changed to read: “Exhibits welcoming, helpful, positive and friendly behavior to all patrons, staff and guests at all times in all communications formats (verbal and non-verbal).” There being no objections, Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the revision to Organization-wide expectations contained in all job descriptions be approved.

Carlos Esteves seconded Motion: carried

Meeting Room Policy revision (second reading)

The Director presented the Meeting Room Policy revision approved by MAC. She reviewed the recommended changes to availability and acceptable use, section C. 1., noting that the main change was under item b. which defines the types of organizations eligible to use EPL meeting rooms. There being no objections Brian Byrn moved

THAT the Meeting Room Policy be revised as presented.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded Motion: carried

NEW BUSINESS

PTO Policy

Renee’ Cocanower and Mary E. Davis reported on the progress made by the Paid Time Off (PTO) Review Task Force. She reported that the policy revision had been divided into two phases:
1) Usage rules including specific definitions of what constitutes acceptable use of PTO and
2) PTO earnings and maximum accumulation.

The task force presented the Management Advisory Council with a policy revision to cover the usage rules, which MAC approved. This was the policy recommendation sent to the Board in the ePacket. Renee Cocanower asked the Board to move on the usage rules at tonight’s meeting so that these revisions to the policy could become effective on January 1, 2017. There being no objections Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the PTO Policy be approved as revised.

Brian Byrn seconded Motion: carried

The task force is hopeful that the second phase of the policy revisions will be ready for Board consideration during the first quarter of 2017.

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 7:12 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is January 17, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Library, 300 S. 2nd Street, Elkhart, IN.

____________________________
Mary E. Davis, Secretary

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Board Meeting Minutes 2016 11

Administrator : May 18, 2017 4:10 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Elkhart Public Library was held November 15, 2016, at the Dunlap Branch Library and called to order at 5:48 p.m. by Renee Cocanower, Vice President.

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

Members present: Renee’ Cocanower, Mary E. Davis, Carlos Esteves and Jennifer Nielsen. Brian Byrn Janice E. Dean and Clarence Thomas were unable to attend.

Others present: Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager;

Staff present: Erin Brousseau, Human Resource Generalist; Sue Eller, Cleveland Branch Supervisor; Diana M. Gill, Computer Services Department Head; Sue Lantz, Dunlap Branch Supervisor; Allison McLean, Young People’s Services Department Head; Maureen Meagher, Pierre Moran Branch Supervisor; Mary Beth Schlabach, Reference Services Department Head; Sheila Urwiler, Assistant Director, Public Services and Mark Van Lummel, Technical Services, Department Head.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented. There being no objections, Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

Renee Cocanower, Vice President, reminded the Board that each year in December the Board purchases a thank-you gift for library staff. A Board member will be asked to organize this project.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented her report for the month of November.

Erin Brousseau, Human Resource Generalist, reported on the progress made by the Paid Time Off (PTO) review task force. She explained the intention to divide the policy revision into two phases: 1) Usage rules including specific definitions of what constitutes acceptable use of PTO and 2) PTO earnings and maximum accumulation.

The task force will present MAC with a policy revision to cover the usage rules. MAC will send their recommendation to the Board in advance in the hopes that the Board will be prepared to act upon this revision at the December Board meeting. The task force is hopeful that the second phase of the policy revisions will be ready for Board consideration in early 2017.

Sheila Urwiler, Assistant Director Public Services, reported that tasked to evaluate the EPL programming initiatives, she has instituted the use of Public Library Association’s Project Outcome, a free toolkit designed to help public libraries understand and share the true impact of essential library services and programs. The Project provides simple surveys and an easy-to-use process for measuring and analyzing outcomes. Project Outcome also provides libraries with the resources and training support needed to apply their results and confidently advocate for their library’s future. Not sure what PLA stands for… shortened the sentence, too

Shelia shared the results of several surveys given to attendees of EPL programs over the past couple of months, reporting that the goal is for more deliberate planning for programming system-wide. Development of planning and evaluation tools for staff is in the works, including improved tools for reporting attendance more consistently, tracking and reporting direct and indirect costs, as well as calculating return on investment for each program.

Department Report

Sue Lantz, Dunlap Branch Supervisor, reported on the recent programs and activities at Dunlap Branch.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

There was no unfinished business.

NEW BUSINESS

Revision to Organization-Wide Expectations contained in all job descriptions (first reading)

The Director recommended a revision to the organization-wide expectations contained in all job descriptions. Item #2 was changed to read: “Exhibits welcoming, helpful, positive and friendly behavior to all patrons, staff and guests at all times in all communications formats (verbal and non-verbal).” This being the first reading, no action was taken.

Library Card Policy revision (first reading)

The Director presented the Library Card Policy revision recommended by the Management Advisory Council. Current policy prohibits patrons from checking out items or using services otherwise limited to registered library users without showing their library card or digital record of same. Currently, patrons are given the option to purchase a new library card at a cost of $1.00. She noted that exceptions are made inconsistently, and this revision is an attempt to establish standard practices across locations and staff.

The recommended revision will allow patrons to use alternative identification in lieu of a library card once in a 30 day period. She noted that this already a part of the Goshen Public Library policy. Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the Library Card Policy be approved as presented.

Carlos Esteves seconded Motion: carried

Meeting Room Policy revision (first reading)

The Director presented the Meeting Room Policy revision approved by MAC. She reviewed the recommended changes to availability and acceptable use, section C. 1., noting that the main change was under item b. which defines the types of organizations eligible to use EPL meeting rooms. This being a first reading, no action was taken.

2017 Wage Increase

The Director presented charts showing cost-of-living wage increases awarded EPL staff compared to Consumer Price Index (Inflation Rate) provided by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics for the years 2004-2015. She noted that for years 2004-2012, eligible EPL employees received a 3% step increase in addition to a cost-of-living increase. A wage and salary study was conducted in 2012. As part of the 2013 reorganization, the salary schedule was revised to eliminate automatic step increases, and the wages paid to some positions were adjusted. Since that time, budget constraints and cost-of-living changes have been the primary considerations for awarding increases.

At this time, the Director recommended a 2% wage and salary increase for eligible staff effective December 25, 2016, payable on the first pay date in 2017 ( January 12). She indicated that the wages for several positions are currently under review, and she anticipates that adjustments to the salary schedule will be recommended soon. Jennifer Nielsen moved

THAT wages and salaries be increased by 2% for eligible staff for 2017, and

THAT this increase be effective December 25, 2016, payable January 12, 2017.

Mary E. Davis seconded Motion: carried

December holiday gathering for Staff, Board and Friends of the EPL

The Director reported that Administration would like to host a holiday gathering for all staff, Board and Friends of the Library in December or January, probably at the Main Library. She asked the Board’s approval to close at 4 p.m. one day for this purpose. Once the date is set, she will ensure that the public is notified at least one week in advance. Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the Director be authorized to close all library locations at 4 p.m. for the purpose of holding an all-staff gathering, provided the public is notified at least a week in advance.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded Motion: carried

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 7:06 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is December 20, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. at the Pierre Moran Branch, 2400 Benham Avenue, Elkhart, IN.

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Mary E. Davis, Secretary

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Board Meeting Minutes 2016 01

Administrator : May 18, 2017 4:08 pm : Board Minutes

BOARD OF FINANCE MEETING

The meeting of the Board of Finance of Elkhart Public Library was held January 19, 2016, on the 4th floor of the Main Library Annex and called to order at 5:34 p.m. by Janice E. Dean, President. The Board of Finance generally elected the president and secretary of the Board of Trustees as president and secretary of the Board of Finance. The Board of Finance reviewed the Investment Policy and the Report of Investments. There being no further questions, Brian Byrn moved

THAT the Board of Finance elect Janice E. Dean as president and Mary E. Davis as secretary for fiscal year 2016.officers as recommended, approve the Investment Policy and Report of Investments as presented

AND THAT the meeting be adjourned.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded Motion: Carried

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

Members present: Brian Byrn, Mary E. Davis, Janice E. Dean, Carlos Esteves, Jennifer Nielsen and Clarence Thomas. Renee’ Cocanower was unable to attend.

Others present: Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director; and Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager.

Staff present: Marsha Eilers, Assistant Director, Public Services; Sue Eller, Cleveland Branch Coordinator; Jeanne Glanders, Department Head, Popular Materials; Chris Hunsberger, Graphic Artist; Kevin Kilmer, Branch Operations Manager; Tony Martinez, Pierre Moran Branch Coordinator; Donna Mitschelen, Osolo Branch Coordinator; Jim Reynolds, Facilities Supervisor; and Rachel Rice, Outreach Department Head.

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of Elkhart Public Library was called to order by Janice E. Dean, President, at 5:40 p.m.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda, including 2015 Annual Financial Report and resolution to pay bills between Board meetings, was reviewed. There being no objections Brian Byrn moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

Carlos Esteves seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

President Janice E. Dean thanked the Director and staff for inviting the Board to the holiday gathering in December. Also, she encouraged Board members to attend the upcoming Vibrant Communities meeting sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Additional Items to Director’s Notes

Jeanne Glanders, Department Head, Popular Materials reported that adult programming is limited at the Main Library until the construction project is complete in late summer or early fall. Plans have begun for a collaborative program in celebration of the completion of the renovations, at which the Library will host a screening of “Love Between the Covers,” a full-length documentary on the romance fiction industry. Several national romance novelists will be invited to come meet and greet fans. EPL recently received the 2016 Romance Writers of America Library Grant from the Public Library Association. The grant is designed to provide a public library the opportunity to build or expand its romance fiction collection and/or host romance fiction programming. The grant consists of $4,500 to be used toward the purchase of romance fiction, author honorariums and travel expenses, and other applicable program expenses.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Phase II Renovations

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director reported that the asbestos remediation is complete and that post-abatement air tests are clear. Although some phasing is still required on the construction project, it has been possible for the contractors to work on certain phases simultaneously after relocating Technical Services out of the basement and into the annex. The elevator has yet to be ordered, but construction of the new circulation desk area is underway.

Job Description Revision – Clerk Outreach

Erin Wagner, Human Resource Generalist presented a revised job description for the position of Clerk, Outreach. This being the second reading, and there being no objections, Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the job description for Clerk – Outreach be approved as presented.

Clarence Thomas seconded Motion: Carried

NEW BUSINESS

Outreach and Delivery Vehicles

The Director explained the need to replace the delivery 2002 GMC Box Truck used for deliveries, and the need for an Outreach vehicle. Jim Reynolds, Head of Facilities and Rachel Rice, Head of Outreach, were instrumental in researching available vehicles and features, and assessing and identifying the Library transportation needs. They recommended similar Ford 250 Transit vans, outfitted with heavy duty lifts and shelving. The facilities delivery van will have an extended bed and high roof, while the van for Outreach will be standard length with a medium roof, still allowing staff to stand inside. The Outreach van will have a removable jump seat to provide seating for multiple staff members. Chris Hunsberger, Graphic Artist, presented preliminary vehicle wrap designs for the Board’s feedback. There being no further questions, the Board affirmed the pending purchase of both vans.

Branch Supervisory Structure

The Director presented background information regarding the supervisory structure at the branches. She explained that the current arrangement of a Branch Operations Manager and four Branch Coordinators with no supervisory responsibilities or management authority, created as part of the 2012 reorganization, has proven to be problematic. She recommended that the position Branch Coordinator be changed to Branch Supervisor, adding direct supervisory duties and requirements. She recommended also moving the new position from salary grade 8 to grade 7, effectively providing an increase in salary to reflect the addition of these responsibilities.

Additional supervisory and management training will be provided, and each branch will be authorized up to ten additional clerical (desk) hours per week, to allow supervisors time for these new duties. She explained that the additional personnel and benefits cost related to this change was budgeted as part of strategic plan initiatives in Personal Services. There being no further questions, the Board approved the change in structure. A new job description will be presented for approval before these changes are finalized, sometime in the first half of 2016.

Movie Screening Policy

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director presented a proposed policy documenting present practice with regard to selection and showing of movies at EPL. The Board requested some language and structure changes and requested that a revision be brought back to the next meeting.

Statistical & Board Reports for 2016

The Director reported the need to update how statistics are collected and reported to the Board. She discussed the types of stats that are required by various agencies for annual report purposes and asked the Board for their thoughts on what parts of the existing monthly statistics they found most helpful, or least useful. The Board agreed that reports showing trends in the number of patrons served, circulation, reference, and program statistics were important, but perhaps not in the same detail as has been reported in the past, and that quarterly reports would be sufficient.

TCU Bank Account Corporate Resolution – New Checking for Bond Funds

Jane A. Garoutte presented bank signature card and bank resolution authorized signers for new commercial, interest bearing checking account at Teachers Credit Union. As per statute, the Treasurer is the only authorized check signer. The Board further authorized the President, Director, and Business Manager to open or close this account.

There being no further questions, the resolution was approved by the Board. The resolution authorizes the establishment of the new checking account, to be referred to as “Bond Fund Checking,” and authorizes the Treasurer, President, Director and Business Manager to open or close said account; in addition, it authorizes the Business Manager and Bookkeeper to make online transfers from this account to the Regular Commercial Checking account at TCU.

PLAC Report

The Public Library Access Card (PLAC) report for the 4th quarter of 2015 was presented. No PLAC cards were sold during the period. The President signed the report for submission.

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 8:05 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is February 16, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. at the Osolo Branch Library, 3429 East Bristol Street, Elkhart, IN.

____________________________
Mary E. Davis, Secretary

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