Nearly a dozen appointees needed
Other priorities set by board
Reflects on his 17 years in office
Land disturbance permit in hand
Work session begins Tuesday at 7 p.m.
Meeting to begin at 7:30 p.m. in the colonial courthouse
She replaces Carole Gates, who retired
The much-criticized closure of the crossover on Route 17 by the Gloucester Library will not be as lengthy an inconvenience as was previously forecast.
The board is expected to elect its officers for 2012, including a chair and vice chair.
The goal is $100,000.
Circulation for November totaled 3,465 this November, compared to 2,094 in November 2010.
Children ages 1-18 are encouraged to bring gently-used books from Jan. 4-31 to the main library.