A five- to eleven-member Board of Trustees governs the Mendon Public Library. The trustees are responsible for establishing written policies to govern and guide all aspects of library service. This includes future planning for the library, financial accountability, setting policies and hiring a director for the Mendon Public Library. A complete description of duties is in the Handbook for Library Trustees by the New York State Association of Library Boards.
Serving on the Board of Trustees
While there are many opportunities for volunteering at the library, perhaps serving as a board member is one of the most challenging and rewarding of volunteer assignments. If you have a strong belief in public libraries and are willing to commit your time and skills for the finest possible library service, this may be the job for you. We especially look for people that have skills in technology, finances, public relations and other skills beneficial to ensuring a healthy future for our library. If becoming a Board of Trustees member appeals to you, you are encouraged to talk to a board member and/or send a letter of interest and resume to the Library Board President, in care of the library.
Board Members and Term Expiration Dates
Christina Romig (President)--December 31, 2019
Alicia Zysman-Cromwell (Vice President)--December 31, 2022
Craig Moscicki (Treasurer)--December 31, 2021
Anne-Marie Gordon (Corresponding Secretary)--December 31, 2021
Timothy Boldt--December 31, 2019
Alison Zero-Jones--December 31, 2023
Tom Ochsenhirt--December 31, 2023