Library Advisory Board

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Library Board Members

  • Sheila Byrne - Chair
  • Cindy Smith - Vice Chair 
  • Pamela Rineholt
  • Ellen Bachman
  • Irene Frklich
  • Joy Petroff
  • Alexis Ross 
  • Megan Sterling
  • Nathaniel Wadsworth 

Meeting Dates

The next meeting will be held November 21, 2017 at the Main Library in the Boardroom at 5:30 pm.

*Agenda is located on the first floor east wall.

Meeting Dates for FY17/18: 

  • November 21, 2017
  • January 16, 2018
  • March 20, 2018
  • May 15, 2018

Meetings for FY17/18 will take place in the Boardroom at the Main Library, 64 E. 1st St at 5:30pm. The agenda is located on the bulletin board on the East wall of the first floor. 

 

Past Meeting Agendas and Minutes

 

Minutes and documents from meetings prior to 2013 are available in the Mesa Room located at the Main Library. 

Please send questions or comments to the library board at library.info@mesaaz.gov, or submit a comment on our website. 

 

Mesa residents are invited to participate in the process of City of Mesa government, and one of the most effective methods is service on one of the City's citizen advisory boards and committees.

Through this service, civic-minded citizens become involved in their local government and make recommendations to the Mesa City Council. The City in turn benefits from the knowledge, experience and expertise of citizens.

If you are a resident of Mesa and are interested in serving on the Library Advisory Board, contact Ian Linssen at 480-644-3002 or send an e-mail to Ian.Linssen@mesaaz.gov for more information about the board.

Prospective board and committee members must complete an application form, which can be completed online or printed and mailed in. If you wish to print and return the application via mail, please send to:

Office of the Mayor 
City of Mesa 
P.O. Box 1466 
Mesa, AZ 85211

Appointments to the boards are recommended by the Mayor and approved by the City Council. 

Thank you for your interest in helping to make Mesa an even better place in which to live, work and play.