Board of Trustees
Library Trustees are elected by the residents of the district and serve a five-year term. Trustees help guide the the Red Jacket Community Library and ensure it meets the community’s needs now and for the future. Email the Trustees.
|5-yr term expires:|
|Pat Ayres – President||June 2022|
|Patricia Carrig||June 2023|
|Chris Gudell||June 2022|
|Roxanne O’Brien||June 2020|
|Randall Ott||June 2019|
|Jill Persson – Secretary||June 2019|
|Lisa Schaertl – Vice President||June 2022|
|Nicole Schuler||June 2023|
|Erin Shannon||June 2021|
|Theresa Schlossnagle||June 2022|
|Vacant Position –Trustee||June 2022|
|Vacant Position – Treasurer||Appointed. Non-voting position|
Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes
The Board of Trustees meets in the library on the second Monday of each month. Meetings are open to the public.
Minutes are in PDF format. You’ll need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.
What does a Library Trustee do?
"Library trustees play a special, keenly important role in shepherding the dedicated and prudent use of library resources. Always striving to provide the best service which benefits and supports the entire community, trustees must make policy, personnel and fiscal decisions crucial to a positive direction for the library.
"While delegating the day-to-day activities to competent staff, the library trustees must always be mindful of how their decisions impact the lives of people and the future of their community. As public officers, library trustees carry an essential and vital set of fiduciary and legal responsibilities."
From the Handbook for Library Trustees of NY State, 2018 edition