Thursday, July 20, 6:30 p.m.
LANSING, Ill. (July 17, 2023) – The July 20 meeting of the Lansing Public Library Board of Trustees begins at 6:30 p.m. in the quiet study area of the library.
- Call to Order
- Roll Call
- Recognition of Visitors
- Motion to approve the minutes from the Regular Board Meeting on June 15, 2023
- Motion to approve June 2023 and July 2023 expenditures for payroll, invoices, debit/credit card, and the Treasurer’s report
- Director and Department Head Reports
- Old Business
- Motion to approve the updates to the 2021 Lansing Public Library’s Financial Policy as recommended by James Rachlin
- New Business
- Motion to approve the HR Source’s Salary Benchmarking plan for updated pay grades
- Motion to approve the 2023-2024 Memorandum of Understanding for Lansing School Districts 158, 171, 215, and Lansing Christian School for issuing Lansing Public Library Teacher Library Cards
- Motion to approve closing at 1:00 pm on Saturday, 9/2/2023, for carpet cleaning
- Motion to approve the 2023-2024 OMA Officer and FOIA Officers
- Motion to approve the 3-year agreement for Baker & Taylor’s Collection HQ product — $6,750 for the product, $1,500 for the implementation fee
- Motion to keep the Lansing Public Library’s Executive minutes closed
- Motion to change the September meeting time to 6:00 pm for the facility tour
- Motion to approve the adjusted contract with O’Neill & Gaspardo
- Motion to approve the disposal of the Youth Services (9 yrs old) AWE computer, 1 table and chair, 8 purple padded chairs (20 yrs old), 4 wooden shelves (20 yrs old)
- Motion to Adjourn
The Library Board of Trustees will not meet in August. The next scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is September 21, 2023, at 6 p.m. (earlier due to the facility walk-through).
Any person needing an accommodation for a disability at the meeting should contact Lisa Korajczyk, Director, Lansing Public Library by telephone at (708) 474-2447 or in writing five days prior to the meeting date.
The Lansing Public Library is located at 2750 Indiana Avenue in Lansing.
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