The Library Board is primarily composed of volunteers appointed for up to four years by the Brockville City Council. Most are members of the general public; one City Councillor is appointed as the City’s representative. The Library Board is responsible for developing Library policy and working with the CEO to oversee the operation of the Brockville Public Library. For a comprehensive look at Board rules and responsibilities, please review the Board Bylaws. The Board can be contacted via email at email@example.com
Regular board meetings are held the fourth Monday of each month at 5:30pm at the Library. Members of the public and delegations are welcome to observe. Most meetings can accomodate remote attendance via Zoom. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend remotely.
Please note: there are no meetings scheduled in July or December.
Current Board Members
- Margaret Wicklum, Chair
- Beth Steel, Vice Chair
- Cameron Wales, City Council representative
- Charles “Chuck” Quick
- Cheryl Wells
- Dr. Sharvari Darekar
- Luanne Rayvals
- Priti Luhadia
Library Board Minutes and Reports
Visit the City of Brockville’s document centre for our agendas and minutes.
Please contact us if you require an accessible format.
Join the Library Board
To qualify as a trustee a person must be:
- at least eighteen years old,
- a Canadian citizen or permanent resident,
- a resident of the City of Brockville for which the Board is established,
- not employed by the Board, the City or the County.
Other qualities of a Trustee:
- An interest in the community, in the library, and in the library’s importance as an integral part of the community’s cultural, recreational and educational facilities.
- A readiness to volunteer time and effort to carry out their duties.
- An awareness of the social and economic conditions of the community and its disparate groups.
- An ability to work well with other trustees, staff, and the public served by the library.
- An open mind, intellectual curiosity, and a respect for the opinions of others.
- The initiative and ability to establish policies for the successful operation of the library and inclusive service for all customers.
- The courage to plan creatively, to execute plans effectively and to embrace diversity.
If you have further questions about Board Trustee roles and responsibilities, please contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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