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Hudson Area Joint Library Finance Committee Special Meeting
HUDSON AREA JOINT LIBRARY FINANCE COMMITEE SPECIAL MEETING AGENDA (8 a.m., Jan. 11, 2013)
1. Call to Order, Roll Call, Certification of Quorum, Certification of Compliance with Open Meeting Laws and Public Records Laws, Introduction of Visitors and Staff
2. Approve Agenda
3. Draft issue paper for Hudson Common Council on the request to hold a public referendum in 2013 to pass a city override that increase’s the City’s funding to the Hudson Area Library by an additional flat amount of $277,173 (which would result in the City’s taxpayers being exempt from having to pay the County Levy Tax of $277,173).
Finance Committee Members: Roy Sjoberg (Chair, LT), Barb Peterson (V.Chair, LT), Rich Vanselow (LT), Jim O’Connor (AL), and Charles Roberts (AL). (LT=Library Trustees; AL=At Large)
Our Hudson Area Library provides a community gathering place where knowledge flows freely, nurturing lifelong learning.
Some Agenda items may be taken up earlier in the meeting, or in a different order than listed. Notice is hereby given that a majority of the members of the Hudson Area Joint Library Board of Trustees may be present at the foregoing meeting. This may constitute a meeting of the Library Board of Trustees pursuant to State ex. Rel. Badke v. Greendale Village Board, 174 Wis.2d 553, 494 N.W.2d 408 (1993), although the Board of Trustees will not take any formal action at this meeting. Upon reasonable notice, an interpreter or other auxiliary aids will be provided at the meeting to accommodate the needs of the public. Please contact the Library Director at 715-386-3101 ext. 105.
More About Hudson Area Library
The Hudson Area Library overlooks the St. Croix River with two floors devoted to knowledge and learning. Special areas for teens and children can be found on the second floor of the building, as well as a paid copier for public use, and a free book/book sale room. The library is modern and spacious and has a quiet but lively atmosphere. In its current building since July 2010, the library has been serving the Hudson community from other locations since the early 1900s.