Online survey remains on website following public session held last week.
Even after holding a public information session last week to ask residents what direction they would like to see Bernards Township Library take in the future, library officials continute to seek further input in an online survey. Work now will begin on a report that envisions the library's future, but that plan is not set in stone, said Nancy Davis, a professional library planning consultant from The Ivy Group. "Hopefully, the plan is fluid," she told an audience of about 40 residents in the library's meeing room. "We want to make sure we are meeting the needs of the community," said Tim Opremcak, president of the library Board of Trustees. “It is very important that we receive feedback from the community on how the library can better …
Community Forum is 7 p.m. on Wednesday night, input sought.
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The Bernards Township Library is planning for the future, and has invited residents to give their input at a Community Forum at 7 p.m. on Wednesday at the library at 32 S. Maple Ave. Residents can give their thoughts on what role the library should play in the community in upcoming years, where the library should prioritize its resources and other issues. The community also can learn about the data already gathered in through the library's Strategic Planning process. "Share your thoughts and ideas about library services and priorities and help inform efforts to plan the library's future," said the library's invitation. Residents can have "voice" in library's future “The forum represents a great opportunity for the community to have a …