What is the Board of Trustees?
As part of a trustee board, trustees serve on a volunteer basis, can be elected or appointed to a library board for a period of time, and are tasked with the duty of helping to direct the funds and policies of a library institution. In general, the library board of trustees has a role in determining the mission of the library, setting the policy that governs the library, hiring and evaluating a library director, and overseeing the general management of the library. This role varies with every library system.
Trustees are typically elected to a 3-year term. Trustee meetings are open to the public. Please check Holbrook's town website for more detail about meetings, which can be reached by clicking here.
The Trustees are excited to introduce the Holbrook Public Library Fund, a 501c3 nonprofit supporting the capital improvement of the Library.
Click Here to read the Trustees' statement introducing the HPL Fund.
Current Board of Trustees