For Cuba Circulating Library Trustees
The Cuba Library Board of Trustees will conduct their next monthly meeting on November 13th at 5:30 p.m. This meeting will take place in person at the library. The public is invited to attend.
The Cuba Circulating Library Board of Directors is made up of a panel of nine (9) talented individuals. These hard-working volunteers are representatives from various areas within the library's service area. Their individual talents join to form a cohesive team dedicated to advancing the goals and values of the Library. They meet the 2nd Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m. All are welcome.
Faith Stewart, President (2025)
Tom Donahue, Vice President (2024)
Lin Assink, Financial Officer (2025)
Brad Weaver, Recording Secretary (2023)
Wendy Sprague, Corresponding Secretary (2023)
Denean Emerson (2025)
Lionel Legry (2024)
Jill Schwab (2025)
Sharry Semans (2024)
The first person listed will be Chair of that Committee
Buildings & Grounds – Weaver, Legry
Finance – Assink, Stewart, Emerson, Dalton
Liaison to the Friends – Sprague
Personnel – Stewart, Donahue, Schwab, Dalton
Planning – Donahue, Semans, Schwab, Dalton, Wise
Technology – Legry, Sprague, Assink, Dalton
Education – Semans, Weaver, Emerson
Minutes from the meetings of the Board of Trustees are available at the library on request.
COUNTY - District II
Dwight M Healy
John D Ricci
Joseph M Giglio - 148th Assembly District
George Borrello - 57th District
Nicholas Langworthy - Congressman 23rd District
Kirsten E Gillibrand - Senator
Charles E Schumer - Senator
An excerpt from the STLS welcome page:
"As a cooperative library system, our focus is on Connecting Community Libraries within the region. We subscribe to a single mission of empowering public libraries to provide amazing services within our communities. STLS is comprised of 48 library outlets throughout Allegany, Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben and Yates counties.
The impacts of our member libraries can be life-changing. Our region boasts 183,192 library cardholders. This represents 65% of the population. Each year, community members visit our libraries more than 1 million times to enrich their quality of life."
Cuba Circulating Library Board of Trustees Seeks Interested Individuals for Trustee Position
The Cuba Circulating Library Board of Trustees wants to hear from individuals interested in being considered for appointment to a three-year term on the board, starting in January 2024. The individual would fill the seat of a trustee whose term expires at the end of this year.
Library trustees must live within the geographic limits of the library district. The board seeks individuals who are library users, are informed about library issues, and are able to attend and participate in regular board meetings. The board meets the second Monday of each month at 5:30 p.m. at the library, 39 E. Main St. in Cuba.
Trustees are responsible for upholding the library’s mission of providing free and equal access to information, knowledge and learning. Duties include, among other things, adopting policies and rules regarding library governance and use, securing adequate funding for library programs, exercising fiduciary responsibility for the use of public and private funds, planning and evaluating library programs, and maintaining a facility that meets the community’s needs.
Trustees are appointed by the full board and may serve up to two consecutive three-year terms.
Anyone wishing to be considered for appointment to the board is asked to email the library at email@example.com no later than Friday, November 10, 2023. Include your full name, address, phone number, a brief biographical sketch, and a paragraph about why you would like to serve as a library trustee.