Friday, November 16, 2012
The library board voted to levy that amount, but they could change it in December.
The Niles Public Library board voted to levy $7.1 million for 2012, but that is not finalized yet, the Journal-Topics reported. The board plans to review the budget and possibly revisit that and vote again at its December meeting, the newspaper reported. Like Niles-Morton Grove Patch on Facebook
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
A Niles Library trustee salutes Sam Puleo, who resigned from the library board for health reasons, and welcomes Karen Dimond to the board. A Letter to the Editor.
The following Letter to the Editor expresses the views of the writer; Patch merely acts as a forum for opinions. I am sorry to see Sam go. He was a dedicated and thoughtful trustee, who worked hard to make the library the best it could be and at the same time was a good steward of the people's money. The citizens of the Niles Lbrary District owe Sam Puleo a big thank you. He was critical in getting the building construction under way and at the same time bringing about a tax cut. My hope is that Karen Dimond, his replacement, will follow in his footsteps on the board. By Morgan Dubiel, member of the Niles Library Board
Thursday, May 31, 2012
She will replace a trustee who resigned for health reasons.
Karen Dimond, who serves as vice chair of the Village of Niles' Zoning and Planning Committee, was appointed by the Niles Library Board to fill a vacant seat. The board had interviewed five candidates, including Dimond, Kaczanowski, Mary Marusek, Billy Van Cannon and former Niles Library Trustee Maureen Polcyn, on Thursday, and selected Dimond. She will fill the seat of Sam Puleo Jr., who resigned recently for reasons of health. Dimond will be sworn in at the June board meeting. She will serve until May 2013 and will have to run for re-election if she wishes to continue after that. The board is in the middle of a sweeping renovation plan for the library, in which spaces are being reconfigured after the library received input from users …
Friday, March 23, 2012
Two trustees vote no, but board approves a vote that essentially gives their OK to a $6 million renovation and reconfiguration plan.