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The Library Board advises the City Council on all matters pertaining to the operation, maintenance, activities, and facilities of both libraries. The Board also recommends to the City Council policies on Library services. The Board is responsible for resolving questions dealing with intellectual freedom challenges and administers special trusts established for the Library. 

Members

Term of office: 4 years

NameAppointedByExpiresTerm*
Ilynn Winn9/12/2018Ward 3-b6/30/2022 1st
Steve Borst C11/9/2016Ward 2-a6/30/2023 1st
Barbara Coffman1/11/2012Mayor6/30/2023 2nd
Amy Roberts1/23/2019Ward 1-b6/30/2024 1st
Amanda Blaisdell8/12/2020Ward 2-b6/30/2024 1st
Robert Brown VC7/12/2017Ward 1-a6/30/2025 2nd
Robin Steele7/14/2021Ward 3-a6/30/2025 1st

*Appointments within six months of position start date are considered full term.
C = Chair, VC = Vice Chair

All appointees shall be residents of the city of Albany, defined as maintaining their principal place of residence within the corporate boundaries of the city of Albany as they exist at the time of appointment. Should an appointee no longer meet the residency requirement, the appointee will vacate the seat immediately and the appointing Council member shall seek a replacement as soon as possible. (RES 6797, 2019)

Staff Liaison

Eric Ikenouye
Library Director
541-917-7589
eric.ikenouye@cityofalbany.net

Upcoming Meetings

July 26, 2022, 5:15pm
Main Library

August 23, 2022, 5:15pm
Main Library

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Meeting Materials

 
DateAgendaHandoutsMinutes*Audio/Video
June 28, 2022 n/a  
May 24, 2022 n/a  
April 26, 2022   
March 29, 2022    
February 22, 2022   
January 25, 2022
(Meeting canceled)
 n/an/a 
January 4, 2022   n/a 
*Minutes are posted when they are approved by the body at a subsequent meeting.

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