Board Meeting Minutes

Board Meeting Minutes 2016 05

Administrator : June 23, 2016 5:01 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Elkhart Public Library Board of Trustees was held May 17, 2016, 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: Brian Byrn, Renee’ Cocanower, Janice E. Dean, and Carlos Esteves. Mary E. Davis, Jennifer Nielsen and Clarence Thomas were unable to attend.

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

Staff present: Gwen Robison, Assistant Director, Support Services; Sheila Urwiler, Assistant Director, Public Services; and Allison McLean, Department Head, Young People’s Services.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented. There being no objections, Renee’ Cocanower moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

Carlos Esteves seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

President Janice E. Dean announced that Jennifer Nielsen, Carlos Esteves and Clarence Thomas will serve as the committee to conduct the Annual Performance Review for the Director. The Director will provide the committee with goals for the coming year.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Job Description: Branch Operations Manager – technical correction

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented the job description approved at the last meeting for the Branch Operations Manager. This version contains a technical correction under the section labeled physical demands. Renee’ Cocanower moved

THAT the job description for Branch Operations Manager be approved as presented.

Carlos Esteves seconded. Motion: Carried

NEW BUSINESS

Job Description: Branch Clerk Key-holder

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented a revised job description for the Branch Clerk Key-holder. The recent branch structure change requires reporting to be updated (from Branch Operations Manager to Branch Supervisor) for most of the branch-specific positions. The only other substantive revision is the addition of one item under job-specific accountability:

1. Reports emergency staffing needs to appropriate personnel.

This being a first reading, no action was taken at this time.

Movie and Television Show Screening Policy – revision

Sheila Urwiler, Assistant Director, Public Services recommended revisions to the Movie and Television Show Screening Policy approved in February in order to clarify EPL’s legal obligations regarding copyright compliance, public performance rights, and licensing.

There being no further questions the Brian Byrn moved

THAT the Movie and Television Show Screening Policy be approved as presented.

Renee Cocanower seconded Motion: Carried

Salary Schedule

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director presented the 2016 salary schedule, which reflects the following updates:
1. Position of Branch Coordinator (Grade 8) was removed
2. Position of Branch Supervisor (Grade 7) was added
3. Position of Department Head – Circulation was removed from Grade 7, when MLS requirement was restored for this position.

Discussion regarding the usage of the salary schedule followed. Brian Byrn moved

Carlos Esteves seconded Motion: Carried

Resolution to Adopt Uniform Internal Control Standards for Indiana Political Subdivisions

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director and Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager presented a resolution recommending the Board adopt the Uniform Internal Control Standards for Indiana Political Subdivisions in accordance with Indiana Code Sec. 5-11-1-27(j).

As a political subdivision subject to audit by the Indiana State Board of Accounts, the Library is expected to adhere to these standards and will be evaluated accordingly in any audits that are performed by or on behalf of the State Board of Accounts. Carlos Esteves moved

THAT the Uniform Internal Control Standards for Indiana Political Subdivisions be adopted as required.

Renee’ Cocanower seconded Motion: Carried

Resolution to Establish Materiality Thresholds

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director and Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager presented a resolution recommending the establishment of materiality thresholds of $1000 for cash items and $5000 for non-cash items. Per State examiner Directive 2015-6, all political subdivisions are required to adopt such thresholds. Renee Cocanower moved

THAT the resolution to Establish Materiality Thresholds be approved.

Brian Byrn seconded Motion: Carried

Materiality and Variance Reporting Policy

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director and Jane A. Garoutte, Business Manager presented a policy for reporting all erroneous or irregular variances, losses, shortages, or thefts of Library funds or property, or funds or property the Library holds in trust. Carlos Esteves moved

THAT the Materiality and Variance Reporting Policy by approved as presented.

Brian Byrn seconded Motion: Carried

Non-resident Fee Resolution

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director presented a resolution to establish the Non-Resident Card fee of $58 for 2016. This remains unchanged from the 2015 fee, and it is equal to the Library’s operating fund expenditure per capita, per IC 36-12-7-3(c).

THAT the Non-Resident Card Fee resolution be approved as presented.

Carlos Esteves seconded Motion: Carried

DIRECTOR’S REPORT
Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director reported that the Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) has been selected to receive the 2016 Library of the Future Award, sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and Information Today Inc. publishing company.
Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director reported that Shane Frost of Taigmarks will be facilitating a management brainstorming session for planning an open house and/or other celebratory activities to announce the completion of the Main Library Phase 2 renovation project.
The Director reviewed consortium statistics included in the Board packet.
Department Report
Allison McLean presented a report of activities and programming in Young Peoples Services as they relate to the strategic plan. She discussed changes made in an attempt in increase circulation, to encourage early childhood literacy and kindergarten readiness, and to make the Young Peoples department space a more welcoming, inviting, and fun place for kids to visit.
Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 7:00 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is June 21, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Branch Library, 53715 County Road 1, Elkhart, IN.

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Carlos Esteves, Acting Secretary

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Board Meeting Minutes 2016 04

Administrator : May 31, 2016 12:10 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Elkhart Public Library Board of Trustees was held April 19, 2016, 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:  Mary E. Davis, Janice E. Dean, Carlos Esteves, Jennifer Nielsen and Clarence Thomas. Brian Byrn and Renee’ Cocanower were unable to attend.

 

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

 

Staff present:  Gwen Robison, Assistant Director, Support Services and Erin Wagner, Human Resource Generalist.

 

Sheila Urwiler, Assistant Director, Public Services, was introduced by Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director.  Sheila was welcomed by Janice E. Dean, and expressed her thanks for the opportunity to join the Elkhart Public Library staff.

 

 

CONSENT AGENDA

 

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

 

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

 

Jennifer Nielsen seconded                                                                       Motion: Carried.

 

 

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

 

President Janice E. Dean called for volunteers to serve on a committee to review the Annual Performance Review process for the Director, or conduct the review as planned.  Jennifer Nielsen and Carlos Esteves agreed to serve, and the President will request that Renee’ Cocanower serve as chair.

 

Janice E. Dean reported that Clarence Thomas was appointed to fill the board seat vacated upon the death of Krystal Anderson last year.   Clarence expressed his willingness to be reappointed when this term expires June 30, 2016.  The Director will send a letter requesting the school board consider his reappointment for a new four-year term ending June 30, 2020.

 

 


 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Job Description: Branch Operations Manager

 

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented a revised job description for the Branch Operations Manager. As part of the review process, Kevin Kilmer and Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, have evaluated and revised the existing job description.  Primary changes include moving detailed operational items to the work instructions and making changes necessary to reflect the recent change in supervisory structure at the branches.  This structural change reduced the number of direct reports to the Branch Operations Manager from 32 down to five, while retaining oversight of all branch locations. Carlos Esteves moved

 

THAT the job description for Branch Operations Manager be approved as presented.

 

Mary E. Davis seconded.                                                       Motion: Carried

 

Resolution to Establish Cash Accounts

 

Jane A. Garoutte presented a resolution to establish cash accounts, including cash drawers, petty cash accounts and copier change, super-ceding a resolution approved March 2013.  This resolution reflects the change in responsibility for Circulation from Support Services to Public Services, and assigns Sheila Urwiler as the custodian of the Public Services cash accounts (replacing Marsha Eilers, retired). There being no further questions, Mary E. Davis moved

 

THAT resolution to establish cash accounts be approved as proposed.

 

Jennifer Nielsen seconded                                                    Motion: Carried

 

 

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

 

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director reported that Circuit Breaker impact for 2016 was released today, and that the Elkhart Public Library would experience a decrease in tax funding of $790,959.71 for the Operating fund and $256.18 for the Bond and Interest Redemption fund.   The amount of Circuit Breaker cuts for the Operating fund is $134,404.29 less than the $925,000 anticipated.  It is yet to be determined where the $134,000 might be restored.

 

The Director elaborated on her report of recent legislation affecting libraries.  She further discussed the recent revelation of the release of Local Option Income Tax held back by the state for road funding and due to local government agencies across the state.  She discussed her conversation with Belvia Gray, of Umbaugh & Associates whose understanding is that the library will receive the $908,000, probably in June, and will be required to receipt these funds into the Rainy Day Fund.  Possible use of these funds and effect on future budgets were discussed.

 

The Director presented several graphs showing statistics including: circulation, visitors, online resources, and programs covering the past three months.  Other useful statistics were discussed.

 

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 6:55 p.m.  A tour of the circulation area and the main library basement was conducted by Gwen Robison, Assistant Director, Support Services.

 

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is May 17, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Library, 300 S. 2nd Street, Elkhart, IN.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Mary E. Davis, Secretary

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Board Meeting Minutes 2016 03

Administrator : April 25, 2016 12:26 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Elkhart Public Library Board of Trustees was held March 15, 2016, 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, Thomas. Renee’ Cocanower and Carlos Esteves. Jennifer Nielsen and Clarence were unable to attend.

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

Staff present: Diana Gill, Department Head, Kevin Kilmer, Branch Operations Manager, and Erin Wagner, Human Resource Generalist.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented. There being no objections, Renee Cocanower moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

Brian Byrn seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

President Janice E. Dean reported that a brief memorial was being planned in April to honor Krystal Anderson, deceased Board Member.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director gave a brief synopsis of two bills under consideration by the Indiana State legislature that could have an effect on libraries, and will pass the update from the Indiana State Library when it is received.

She shared a recent inquiry from a Baugo township resident regarding library services and discussed the challenges of explaining the intricacies of tax rates and budgets versus non-resident fees.

She presented updated graphic designs for the Outreach and deliver van wraps.

Diana Gill, Department Head, Computer Services presented a department report.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Branch Supervisory Structure

New Job Descriptions: Branch Supervisor/Branch Supervisor YPS Associate

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented job descriptions for the new positions of Branch Supervisor and Branch Supervisor and YPS Associate. Carlos Esteves moved

THAT the job descriptions be approved as presented.

Mary E. Davis seconded. Motion: Carried

NEW BUSINESS

Resolution to Establish Electronic Funds Transfers

Jane A. Garoutte presented a resolution authorizing the library staff to use electronic funds transfers for payment purposes. There being no further questions, Renee Cocanower moved

THAT resolution to establish electronic funds transfers be approved as proposed.

Brian Byrn seconded Motion: Carried

PTO Policy Review Committee

Janice E. Dean asked for volunteers to serve on a PTO Policy review committee, who will work with staff and management to review the PTO policy established in 2013, and recommend changes, if necessary. Mary E. Davis and Renee’ Cocanower, Vice President volunteered.

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 7:15 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is April 19, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Library, 300 S. 2nd Street, Elkhart, IN.

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Mary E. Davis, Secretary

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Board Meeting Minutes 2016 02

Administrator : March 28, 2016 12:22 pm : Board Minutes

The regular meeting of the Elkhart Public Library Board of Trustees was held February 16, 2016, at the Osolo Branch and called to order at 5:33 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: Kevin Kilmer, Branch Operations Manager, and Erin Wagner, Human Resource Generalist.

CONSENT AGENDA

The consent agenda was presented. Jane Garoutte presented her Investment Cash and investment recommendations. There being no objections, Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the Consent Agenda be adopted as presented.

Clarence Thomas seconded Motion: Carried.

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS

President Janice E. Dean presented a resolution recognizing the Board’s appreciation of the 37 years of service and leadership provided by Marsha Eilers, who officially retired on January 29, 2016. The Board approved and signed the resolution.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT: No department report was presented.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Phase II Renovations

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, reported that construction continues with some last minute changes and adjustments required.

Pest Policy

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented the revised Pest Policy. There being no further questions, Brian Byrn moved

THAT the Pest Policy be approved as presented.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded Motion: Carried

Movie and Television Show Screening Policy

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented a proposed policy documenting present practice with regard to selection and showing of movies and television programs at EPL. Language and structure changes requested by the Board were incorporated. There being no further questions, Clarence Thomas moved

THAT the Movie and Television Show Screening Policy be approved as revised.

Mary E. Davis seconded Motion: Carried

Branch Supervisory Structure

New Job Descriptions: Branch Supervisor/Branch Supervisor YPS Associate

Lisa Guedea Carreño, Director, presented job descriptions for the new positions of Branch Supervisor and Branch Supervisor and YPS Associate. Jennifer Nielsen moved

THAT the job descriptions be approved as presented.

Mary E. Davis seconded. Discussion followed and this being a first reading, no action was taken at this time.

NEW BUSINESS

Branch External Signage

Kevin Kilmer, Branch Operation Manager and Scott Franko of Franko Designs, presented three options for exterior signage at the branches, with various alternatives. The Board indicated their preference for design concept A.2Mr. Franko showed a design for a Main Library parking sign using this same concept.

Research Fees

The Director presented a proposal from Mary Beth Schlabach, Reference Services Department Head, to establish research fees for local history and genealogy research requests received via mail, email or telephone. Current fees for genealogy requests are limited to reimbursement of photocopy fees, and requesters are required to provide a self-addressed, stamped envelope.

The proposed fee structure and instructions to requesters are as follows:

Elkhart Public Library staff will answer written and telephone requests as time permits and on a first come, first serviced, basis. Fees are $5.00 for 30 minutes of staff time to research one event, name, record, photo, etc. Minimum fee will be $5.00 up to a maximum of $15.00 for up to 1.5 hours of research. Fees apply whether or not an answer is found. Fees include staff time and cost of copies or scanning. We are unable to issue refunds.

Due to staffing constraints, we are unable to provide more than 1.5 hours of research per requester per month. Responses will be sent via email or, if requested, via the U.S. Postal Service.

Individuals requesting assistance on-site will not incur a research charge (other than photocopy fees). There being no further questions, Mary E. Davis moved

THAT the local history and genealogy research fees be approved as proposed.

Clarence Thomas seconded Motion: Carried

Printing Fees

The Director presented print/copy price comparison showing fees charged by other Indiana libraries and several local for-profit companies selling similar services. She recommended the EPL price per color copy be reduced from $0.75 to $0.50. There being no objections, Brian Byrn moved

THAT the per color copy/print page fee be set at $0.50.

Jennifer Nielsen seconded Motion: Carried

2016 Fee Schedule

The Director presented a revised schedule of fees for 2016, including the two new fees approved above. There being no objections, Brian Byrn moved

THAT the 2016 Fee Schedule be approved as presented.

Clarence Thomas seconded Motion: Carried

Questions and Information from Board, Staff, and Guests

ADJOURNMENT

The meeting was adjourned by consensus at 7:15 p.m.

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Trustees is March 15, 2016, at 5:30 p.m. at the Main Library, 300 S. 2nd Street, Elkhart, IN.

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Mary E. Davis, Secretary

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Board Minutes 2016 01

Administrator : February 22, 2016 3:47 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.

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Mary E. Davis, Secretary

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