As a result of legislation recently passed in the General Assembly, the Gloucester County Library will receive an additional $4,228 in state aid, with that money to be used mostly for materials. Library director Diane Rebertus reported on the funding at the county library board’s March 14 meeting at the library in Main Street Center.
Other legislation that would have brought an extra $20,000 in state aid here did not pass, Rebertus said; however, with the extra $4,228, the total FY2017 state aid figure is now $150,433, up from $146,205.
County Administrator Brent Fedors, who started his position in January, said he has been attending many meetings during the past few months to observe what various boards and commissions are doing and to interact with their members.
Also at the meeting, Rebertus told the trustees that the library’s annual Snapshot VA Day will be Wednesday, April 13.
Patrons will be asked to complete forms at the library about how they love the library or...
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