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In This Issue
- President's Memo: Are Libraries A Threat To Major Corporations?
- Editorial: Cooperation -- A Key to Library Survival?
- From The Desk Of The Library Committee Chair
- From The Desk Of The Sub-Committee Chair
- Legislative Update The Internet and Censorship New York State Library Legislation New York State Library Funding, 2002-2003
- e-Books ... Directions Needed Part 2
- Technology Disaster Planning For Libraries
- A Lesson From Los Angeles?
- The Library Circuit: Newburgh Free Library
- Library Advocates Meet With Commissioner Mills In Albany
- Still Time to Nominate Moore Award Candidates
- New Trustees Join NYSALB
- NYSALB Officers NYSALB Officers Elected
- Kirkland Library Celebrates
- The NYLA/NYSALB Annual Conference
- THE TRUSTEE
New Trustees Join NYSALB
Summer 2002 issue of Trustee
Three new trustees were recently added to NYSALB and four current trustees were each re-elected to serve an additional term on the statewide trustee board. The election was held at the organization's annual meeting on May 4, 2002 in Albany, NY.
Elected to serve a third board term were George Manitzas, Freeport, NY; Martina Thompson, Pittsford, embers NY; and Dr. William R. Taber, Richfield Springs, NY. Elected to serve a second term on the NYSALB board was Nancy Simaitis, Waverly, NY.
The new trustees include Francis Picart, Brentwood, NY, a professor at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. He is currently a trustee of the Suffolk Cooperative Library System and very active in a broad range of library organizations.
Jane Sweet, Clarence, NY has served as a trustee of the Clarence Public Library for the past sixteen years, nine as president (1992-2001). She is a physical education teacher by profession, has served on numbers of library committees as well as working as a volunteer with many community groups.
Paula Werth, Shortsville, NY, is vice-president of the Red Jacket Community Library in Shortsville. She has served as a trustee of this library since 1998 when it was created as a School District Public Library. She is also Library Personnel Chair as well as the Chair of the Long-Range Planning Committee.
Trustees of NYSALB serve three-year terms of office. Members of the organization serve without remuneration.