At its monthly meeting, the Pierce County Library System’s Board of Trustees will discuss criteria to select sites for Pierce County library branches, the Library System’s 60th anniversary, plans to relocate University Place Pierce County Library, and other issues.
The Board of Trustees will meet at the Pierce County Library System’s Processing and Administration Center, 3005 112th St. E., in Tacoma on Wednesday, April 12, 3:30 & 6 p.m.
Four of the primary issues the Board will address include:
- Site selection criteria-Staff will present criteria it proposes the Library System use when determining the location of a library branch.
- University Place Library-The Board will discuss plans for a two-year temporary location for University Place Library, as well as a new location for the library in UPtown Center.
- 60th Anniversary-Staff will share plans to celebrate Pierce County Library System’s 60th anniversary in May.
- Pierce County Library Foundation annual activities-The Library Foundation will share with the Library’s Board how the Foundation is helping extend library services to children living in low-income neighborhoods and other undeserved people in the library’s service area.
The Library System serves 500,000 people in all of unincorporated Pierce County and 14 annexed cities and towns, through its 17 branches, three bookmobiles and online services. The Library System brings people together, enriches lives and provides children and adults with opportunities to learn. For a copy of the Board agenda and previous minutes: www.pcl.lib.wa.us/BoardMinutes/pclmeetings.asp.