Seeking Youth Library Board candidate

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Youth opening on Library Board for Shoreline

The City of Shoreline invites interested youth citizens to apply for an opening on its citizen advisory Library Board.

The City Council will appoint a youth citizen volunteer to serve thru June 2015 with the possibility of reappointment for another year term. Qualified candidates must live or go to school in Shoreline.

The Shoreline Library Board was formed by the City Council in the spring of 1996 to act as a liaison to the King County Library System Board of Trustees, the City Council and the citizens of Shoreline. 

It provides information, makes recommendations relating to the Shoreline and Richmond Beach Libraries, promotes programs and reviews library policies. The youth of our community are users of libraries and their representation is encouraged. The Library Board consists of nine members and meets at 6:30pm the first Thursday of each odd numbered month. The meetings are held alternately at the Shoreline Library and the Richmond Beach Library.

Applications will be accepted until filled. Please mail to the City of Shoreline City Clerk’s Office, 17500 Midvale Ave. North, Shoreline, WA 98133.

Community Service Applications are available to download on the City’s website, Shoreline City Hall, Spartan Recreation Center, Shoreline Pool, Richmond Beach Library and the Shoreline Library.

For more information contact Sheryle Harp 206-801-2623.


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