Jim Connor

Publication Date

July 2010


The article discusses the concept and characteristics of a public library trustee. According to the author, trustees come in many forms including bank officers who administer certain financial portfolios and court-appointed guardians. The author emphasizes that public library trustees should be prepared to seek out and welcome expertise and learning opportunities from library leaders and join peer groups in discussing mutual concerns and solutions.



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