Library Board of Trustees
Library Board Members OFFICERS: Rachel Adcock, President 2nd Term Expires 2022 Jessica White, Vice-President 2nd Term Expires 2024 Lisa Conner, Secretary 2nd Term Expires 2023 Marylee Dewey, Treasurer 1st Term Expires 2023 MEMBERS: Jessica Duff 2nd Term Expires 2022 Michelle Wilson 2nd Term Expires 2024 Tara Baker 1st Term Expires 2022 Nancy Schmidt 1st Term Expires 2023 Debbie Wallace 1st Term Expires 2024 Martha Brunjes, Carrollton City Liaison
[Ord. No. 935-2 § 4, 10-2-2000] That the Carrollton Public Library shall be under the direction, control and management of a Board of Trustees consisting of nine (9) members to be chosen from the citizens of the Town of Carrollton, at large, with reference to their fitness and for such office; and no members of the municipal government shall be a member of said Board.
[Ord. No. 935-2 § 5, 10-2-2000] That the members of the Board of Trustees shall be a politically non-partisan board appointed by the Council of the Town of Carrollton; they shall hold office for a term of three (3) years each, or until their successors are appointed and qualified; with each member given the privilege of re-appointment subject to the approval of the Town Council for a consecutive three-year term. Thereafter, that person shall not serve until the expiration of a period of three (3) years whereupon said person may be re-appointed to the Board. The Council may remove any trustee for misconduct or negligence of duty.
[Ord. No. 935-2 § 6, 10-2-2000; Ord. No. 2020-1355, 9-8-2020] Vacancies in the Board of Trustees occasioned by removal, resignation, death or otherwise, shall be reported to the Council and be filled in like manner as original appointments. Any person appointed by the Council to fill a vacancy shall hold office for the remainder of the term to which his/her predecessor was appointed. Any person appointed to fill a vacancy may, at the expiration of the unexpired term appointment, be reappointed for up to two (2) consecutive three-year terms, unless the expired term filled was for one-half (1/2) or more of a term, in which case the reappointment is limited to one (1) three-year term. After a person has served his/her maximum permitted consecutive terms, then the person may not be reappointed to the board until a full board term has expired. Ordinances can be found at https://ecode360.com/31003187.