Board Meeting Minutes

Board Meeting Minutes 2017 06

Administrator : July 21, 2017 11:29 am : Board Minutes

 

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Elkhart Public Library was held June 20, 2017, at the Main Library and called to order at 5:32 p.m. by Janice E. Dean, President.

 

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

Members present:   Brian Byrn, Mary E. Davis, Janice E. Dean, Jennifer Nielsen and Clarence Thomas.  Renee’ Cocanower and Carlos Esteves 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; Marianne Kruppa, Circulation Department Head; Allison McLean, Young People’s Services Department Head; Donna Mitschelen, Osolo Branch Supervisor; Chuck Pieri, Branch YPS Librarian; Jim Reynolds, Facilities Department Head; Rachel Rice, Outreach Services Department Head; Gwen Robison, Support Services Assistant Director; Mary Beth Schlabach, Reference Services Department Head; Mark Van Lummel, Technical Services Department Head; Trevor Wendzonka, Marketing and Public Relations Manager.

 

Guests: Judge James W. Rieckhoff (retired, Elkhart Superior Court) and former Elkhart Public Library trustee.  Melissa Burkhead, Elkhart resident.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented.  There being no objections, Brian Byrn moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted; and that recommended investments and corporate resolution authorizing new signers for bank accounts be approved.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded                                                      Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

EPL Board Member Appointments

Janice E. Dean announced the appointment of Judge James W. Rieckhoff (retired) by the Elkhart County Council as replacement for Brian Byrn.   Judge Rieckhoff’s first term begins July 1, 2017 and will run through June 30, 2021.

She also announced that the Elkhart County Board of Commissioners reappointed Jennifer Nielsen to a second term effective July 1, 2017 through June 20, 2021.

Both James Rieckhoff and Jennifer Nielsen took the oath of office.

Board Officer Nominations and Elections

Nominating committee chair, Jennifer Nielsen nominated the following for Board officers for the period July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018:

President                     Janice E. Dean

Vice President              Renee’ Cocanower

Secretary                     Jennifer Nielsen

Treasurer                     Jane A. Garoutte (EPL Business Manager/non-Board member)

Janice E. Dean, President, called for a vote to elect the slate as presented.  The vote was unanimous.

Board packet distribution timing

Janice E. Dean reported that Carlos Esteves had suggested additional time to read materials under consideration for Board action.  The Board agreed that would be beneficial.  It was therefore decided that Administration would send the packet in stages.  The Director’s report and those items requiring action would be sent by the Wednesday before each Board meeting, two days earlier than current practice.   It is understood that certain financial reports will be sent separately, no later than the Friday before the Board meeting.

Retiree Recognition

Janice E. Dean expressed the Board’s thanks and appreciation of the long years of service for two staff retiring at the end of May.  Sue Lantz, Dunlap Branch Supervisor was with the library for 17  years and five months.  Marta (Moxie) Robinson, Marketing Department Clerk retires with 23 years and five months of service.

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Department Report

Allison McLean, Young People’s Services Department Head reported that EPL was one of 75 U.S. public libraries selected to receive resources, training and support through NASA@My Library, a STEAM education initiative that will increase and enhance STEAM learning opportunities for library patrons throughout the nation, including geographic areas and populations currently underserved in STEAM education.  She described STEAM as an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving, embrace collaboration, and work through the creative process. These are the innovators, educators, leaders, and learners of the 21st century.

In addition, two Tinkerlab kits were purchased by the Friends of EPL and have been well received.  The ‘Hour of Code’ program held last December was attended by 14 children.  An eight-week coding course for kids ages 8 – 12 years is being planned for this fall.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

PTO Policy Revision

PTO [Paid Time Off] Policy which will replace the PTO [Paid Time Off] Policy dated January 1, 2017, was taken up again.  Under the leadership of Erin Brousseau, a task force proposed the second set of revisions to EPL’s PTO Policy.  (The first set of revisions was adopted in December 2016 and effective January 2017.)  Task force members are Diana Gill, Lorene Harneck Erica Moore, Laura Holland, Debbie Lynn and Board members Renee’ Cocanower, Mary E. Davis (2016), and Jennifer Nielsen (2017).

The Management Advisory Council made six recommendations to the Task Force.  These were incorporated in the policy as presented to the Board at the May 17 meeting.

A Board committee consisting of Mary E. Davis, Janice E. Dean, and Renee’ Cocanower met June 12 to discuss the policy as presented along with the re-wording and technical suggestions made by an attorney consulted by management.  The committee agreed with those changes and the technical revision was approved by the Board as moved by Mary E. Davis and seconded by Brian Byrn.

The committee had four additional substantive changes it recommended to the Board as presented by Mary E. Davis, who verbally outlined and explained them as follows:

  1. Item B. 1. Defining “family” for the purpose of using sick time: Omit “siblings” and “grandparents” from the list.
  2. Item C. 1. Category A. Number of personal days per year (for full-time staff): Change to 2 or 3 days.
  3. Item C. 1. Category B. Personal time for part-time employees: Eliminate personal time for employees working less than 30 hours per week. (Retain pro-rated PTO for medical reasons for part-time employees working 20 hours or more per week.).
  4. Item C. 4. a. Carryover of medical hours from one benefit year to the next: Change from 80 hours to 40 hours, with the remainder going into the employee’s Long Term Sick Bank.

The Board consentsually agreed to consider these changes at the July Board meeting.  No further action was taken.

NEW BUSINESS

New Job Description: New Media Marketing Specialist

Erin Brousseau, Human Resource Specialist, presented a job description for a new position in the Marketing Department that will replace the Clerk position held by Moxie Robinson (retired).  Clarence Thomas moved

THAT the job description for New Media Marketing Specialist be approved as recommended.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded                                                                  Motion carried

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by Janice E. Dean at 7:00 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is July 18, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Library, 300 S. 2nd Street, Elkhart, IN.

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Board Meeting Minutes 2017 05

Administrator : June 16, 2017 11:50 am : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Elkhart Public Library was held May 16, 2017, at the Main Library and called to order at 5:30 p.m. by Janice E. Dean, President.

 

 

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

Members present:  Renee’ Cocanower, Mary E. Davis, Janice E. Dean, Carlos Esteves, and Jennifer Nielsen.  Brian Byrn 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; Sue Eller, Cleveland Branch Supervisor; Kevin Kilmer, Branch Operations Manager; Marianne Kruppa, Circulation Department Head; Maureen Meagher, Pierre Moran Branch Supervisor; Donna Mitschelen, Osolo Branch Manager; Chuck Pieri, Branch YPS Librarian; Trevor Wendzonka, Marketing and Public Relations Manager.

Guest: Judge James W. Rieckhoff (retired, Elkhart Superior Court) and former Elkhart Public Library trustee.

 

CONSENT AGENDA

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

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented including approval of investments as recommended.

Mary E. Davis seconded                                              Motion: Carried.

 

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

EPL Board candidates for recommendation to the County Council

Janice E. Dean reported that she, Renee’ Cocanower, Vice President and Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director reviewed the list of names of individuals who had been suggested or had shown an interest in serving on the Library board.  Interest forms for two individuals were included in board packet.  The Board agreed that both names should be submitted to the Elkhart County Council as recommendation to appoint a replacement for Brian Byrn.   Brian’s second term expires on June 30, 2017.

 

Board Treasurer Recommendation

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director recommended that the Board or Trustees’ amend its bylaws to align with Ind. Code § 36-12-2-22.  This would allow the Treasurer position to be filled by an Elkhart Public Library staff member.  She further recommended that the Board elect the Business Manager to this position as of July 1, 2017.  She explained that this will assist EPL in complying with internal controls standards without duplicating efforts, and it is allowed by Indiana law.  Jennifer Nielsen moved

THAT the Board of Trustees of Elkhart Public Library bylaws, Article II. Members of the Library Board Section 6. Compensation be amended to read: “The Treasurer of the Board may be a member of the Board or a paid employee of the Library, per Ind. Code § 36-12-2-22.”

AND THAT Article IV. Officers by amended to read: “The President, Vic-President, and Secretary shall be members of the Library Board.  The Treasurer may be a member of the Library Board or a paid employee of the Library, pursuant to Ind. Code § 36-12-2-22.  The Library Board may fix the compensation of the non-Board (employee) Treasurer.  The Director of the Library is not eligible to be designated as Treasurer.

Carlos Esteves seconded                                                                    Motion: Carried

Appointment of Board Officer Nominating Committee

Janice E. Dean appointed Jennifer Nielsen and Carlos Esteves to nominate a slate of officers for the coming year: July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented her report for the month of May.  She reviewed selected statistics for Goshen Public Library and Elkhart Public Library Resource Sharing Consortium.  She explained that items are delivered between Goshen and Elkhart three times per week, and presented graphs depicting the total number of items delivered between Goshen and Elkhart, along with checkouts by location and patron home library.

Banning Criteria

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director reviewed the Code of Conduct policy and notice, along with criteria used by staff when determining the severity of the offense and the duration of a ban.

Department Report

Sue Eller, Cleveland Branch Supervisor read a poem written by Dunlap staff to honor volunteers.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Job Description Revision recommendation – Organization Wide Expectations

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, recommended that the language in EPL job descriptions be revised to include the expectation that all staff address or assist in addressing disruptive patron behavior or situations.     Renee Cocanower moved

 

THAT the changes to the organization-wide expectations in all job descriptions approved.

Clarence Thomas seconded                                                                Motion carried

NEW BUSINESS

Non-Resident Fee Resolution

 Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director proposed that pursuant to IC 36-12-2-25 the individual non-resident card fee be increased from $58.00 to $65.00, and the reduced fee for students and teachers from $25 to $30.00.  Renee’ Cocanower moved

THAT the non-resident fee is hereby set at $65.00 for individual non-resident card;

and $30.00 for a reduced-fee non-resident card for Indiana teachers and students,

effective May 17, 2017,

and that these fees will remain in effect until such time that the Library Board passes a new non-resident fee resolution.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded                                                                  Motion: carried

Fee Schedule Revision

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director presented a revised fee schedule to reflect the new non-resident fee and addition of a note clarifying processing fees.  Mary E. Davis moved

THAT Fee Schedule be approved as revised.

Carlos Esteves seconded                                                                                Motion: carried

PTO Policy Revision (Paid Medical and Personal Leave Policy

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director presented the Medical and Personal Leave Policy which will replace the previously named PTO [Paid Time Off] Policy dated January 1, 2017.  Under the leadership of Erin Brousseau, a task force has proposed the second set of revisions to EPL’s PTO Policy.  (The first set of revisions was adopted in December 2016 and effective January 2017.) Task force members are Diana Gill, Lorene Harneck Erica Moore, Laura Holland, Debbie Lynn and Board members Renee’ Cocanower, Mary E. Davis (2016), and Jennifer Nielsen (2017). The Management Advisory Council made six amendments to recommendations of the Task Force.  Those amendments have been incorporated into the proposed revision presented to the Board for consideration.

The policy changes are substantial, as they are aimed at reducing absenteeism at EPL. No action was taken as this was a first reading.

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by Janice E. Dean at 6:35 p.m.

 

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is June 20, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Library, 300 S. 2nd Street, Elkhart, IN.

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Board Meeting Minutes 2017 04

Administrator : June 4, 2017 4:03 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Elkhart Public Library was held April 18, 2017, at the Main Library and called to order at 5:30 p.m. by Janice E. Dean, President.

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

Members present: Renee’ Cocanower, Mary E. Davis, Janice E. Dean, Carlos Esteves, and Clarence Thomas. Brian Byrn and Jennifer Nielsen 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; Kevin Kilmer, Branch Operations Manager; Marianne Kruppa, Circulation Department Head; Gwen Robison, Assistant Director, Support Services; Trevor Wendzonka, Marketing and Public Relations Manager.

CONSENT AGENDA

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

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented including approval of investments as recommended.

Clarence Thomas seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

Janice E. Dean reported that she, Renee’ Cocanower, Vice President and Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director would be meeting to review the list of names of individuals who had been suggested or had shown an interest in serving on the Library board. A recommendation will be made to the Elkhart County Council to appoint a replacement for Brian Byrn. Brian’s second term expires on June 30, 2017. The President asked the Board to share their thoughts regarding important characteristics and experience they felt to be important when looking for a new Board member.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented her report for the month of April. She displayed a graph depicting patron use of equipment and connectivity. Use of WiFi has increased each year, both in average number of people logging on each day and the amount of data transferred. Due to changes made to usage rules, public internet stations have changed in that there are now fewer log-ons but longer sessions.
The Director reported that the use of printing, photocopying and faxing remains steady. She also noted that scanning to email increased dramatically when the fee for scanning was removed.

The Director briefly discussed the possible elimination of the Institute for Library and Museum Services. She reported on upcoming programs. On Tuesday, April 25, Indiana’s Poet Laureate, Shari Wagner will speak and conduct a writers’ workshop; on May 6 at the Main Library there will be a Summer Happenings Resource Fair, Free Comic Book Day and the Friends Book Sale.

The Director thanked the Board of Trustees, Friends and all other volunteers for the invaluable assistance and support, in keeping with National Volunteer Week (April 23-29),

The Director updated the Board on the status of Sheila Mahalko, Public Services, Assistant Director who is out on FMLA.

Department Report

Diana Gill, Computer Services Department Head reported on the changes in the department. Some Computer Services staff were recently reassigned to the new Marketing Department, and remaining staff will be covering additional desk hours.

Diana reported the following projects planned for 2017:
• Replacement of staff computers in Reference, Facilities, Osolo and Graphics;
• Recycling old computers and peripherals with ADEC;
• Acquisition of ergonomic computer furniture and equipment;
• Preparation of a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Radio-frequency identification (RFID). Diana explained that RFID uses electromagnetic fields to automatically identify and track tags attached to objects. The tags contain electronically stored information. This technology is the standard in libraries across the country, and is being budgeted for in 2018 or 2019.
• Replacement of rental copiers: Currently Advanced Imaging provides both copiers and printers, along with supplies and maintenance contracts in the form of per copy fees. The lease agreement for copier and printer services expires in July and staff will begin investigating a replacement rental program.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Hiring Policy

Erin Brousseau presented the Hiring Policy for consideration. The purpose of this policy is to clarify expectations, to document guiding principles, and to remove procedural details from policy. (There is now a separate procedure document containing step-by-step instructions for anyone involved in the hiring process.) Renee’ Cocanower moved

THAT the Hiring Policy be approved as presented.

Mary Davis seconded Motion: carried

Vacation Policy Revision

Erin Brousseau presented a second revision of the Vacation Policy with additional restriction on payout of earned vacation when an employee resigns within the first six months of employment. The language of the policy was reviewed and approved by an attorney familiar with labor and employment law. Carlos Esteves moved

THAT the Vacation Policy be revised as presented.

Renee’ Cocanower seconded Motion: carried

Job description – Page Coordinator

Erin Brousseau, HR Generalist, presented a revised job description for Page Coordinator. Renee’ Cocanower moved

THAT the Job Description – Page Coordinator revision be approved as presented.

Mary E. Davis seconded Motion: carried

NEW BUSINESS

Job Description Revision recommendation – Organization Wide Expectations

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, recommended that the language in EPL job descriptions be revised to include the expectation that all staff address or assist in addressing disruptive patron behavior or situations. Renee’ Cocanower moved

THAT the changes to the organization-wide expectations in all job descriptions be approved.

Clarence Thomas seconded Motion Did not pass

The Job Description revision was tabled for language in #6.

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 6:55 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is May 16, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Branch, 53715 County Road 1, Elkhart, IN.

____________________________
Mary E. Davis, Secretary

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Board Meeting Minutes 2017 03

Administrator : May 18, 2017 4:14 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Elkhart Public Library was held March 21, 2017, at the Osolo Branch Library and called to order at 5:40 p.m. by Janice E. Dean, President.

ROLL CALL & INTRODUCTION OF GUESTS

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

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

Staff present: Erin Brousseau, Human Resource Generalist; Kevin Kilmer, Branch Operations Manager; Donna Mitschelen, Osolo Branch Manager; Gwen Robison, Assistant Director, Support Services; Trevor Wendzonka, Marketing and Public Relations Manager and Mark VanLummel, Technical Services Department Head.

Guest: Kate Wendzonka

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented. A claim by Brichard industries totaling $19,990.00 was added to the claims list. There being no objections, Jennifer Nielsen moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented, including the Brichard claim.

Clarence Thomas seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

Janice E. Dean announced that Brian Byrn’s second term expires on June 30, 2017. Board members should send names of potential Board candidates to Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director. Lisa will vet candidates and submit list of recommendations to the Board President, prior to next meeting in preparation for forwarding to the Elkhart County Council.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented her report for the month of March. She displayed a graph depicting a downward trend in circulation of physical items from 2012 through February 2017. She added that this trend coincides with a significant increase in usage of the Library’s electronic materials and collections.

Department Report

Donna Mitschelen, Osolo Branch Manager, presented a short video she had produced to introduce Osolo Branch staff and highlight programming that has been happening over the past year.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

Lemonade Day Collaboration

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director reported that she had been contacted recently by Menessah Nelson, Executive Director of Junior Achievement/Lemonade Day for Elkhart County, about collaborating on educational displays at Main and branches during April and May. These will highlight Lemonade Day’s key principles of “save, spend, share.” She requested the Board’s approval to offer space outside each library location for lemonade stands on the May 20, with priority to children or grandchildren of library employees. Renee’ Cocanower, Vice President moved

THAT the Library collaborate with Junior Achievement/Lemonade Day by allowing space inside libraries for displays, and sites outside each library location for a lemonade stand on May 20, details to be decided by staff.

Clarence Thomas seconded Motion Carried

Hiring Policy

Erin Brousseau presented Hiring Policy for consideration. The purpose of this policy is to clarify expectations and document guiding principles and to remove procedural details from policy . (There is now a separate procedure document containing step-by-step instructions for anyone involved in the hiring process.) No action was taken since this was a first reading.

Vacation Policy Revision

Erin Brousseau presented a revision of the Vacation Policy with additional restriction on payout of earned vacation when an employee resigns within the first six months of employment. It was agreed that the attorney would be consulted about the language of the policy. No action was taken since this was a first reading.

Job description – Page Coordinator

Erin Brousseau, HR Generalist, presented a revised job description for Page Coordinator. No action was taken since this was a first reading.

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 7:10 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is April 18, 2017, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Library, 300 S. 2nd Street, Elkhart, IN.

____________________________
Jennifer Nielsen, Acting Secretary

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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.

____________________________
Jennifer Nielsen, Acting Secretary

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