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Montana State Library Commission Work Session Online

Thursday, November 12, 2020/Categories: Montana State Library/Tags: Montana State Library , Montana State Library Commission

(HELENA)--- Members of the Montana State Library Commission will meet online on Monday, November 16, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. for a work session. The public is invited to attend.  For an agenda, meeting materials, and information about how to join the online meeting, visit:  https://mslservices.mt.gov/ASPeN/Events/Event_Detail?Committee_ID=1.  

The Montana State Library Commission meets six times per year. Commissioners include Chair Bruce Newell of Helena, Vice-chair Kenning Arlitsch, appointee of the Commissioner of Higher Education, Elsie Arntzen, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Connie Behe of Kalispell, Jamie Doggett of White Sulphur Springs, Dalton Johnson of Missoula, and Ken Wall of Missoula.

At this meeting, the Commission will conduct a work session to discuss State Librarian goals for the current fiscal year.

Members of the public who wish to share written comment or pertinent visual materials to the Commission must submit written public comment to the State Librarian, Jennie Stapp, no later than 24 hours before the start of the public meeting.

The Montana State Library makes reasonable accommodations for persons with known disabilities that may interfere with a person’s ability to participate in the meeting.  Persons needing accommodations must notify the State Library prior to the meeting.  To make your request known, call (406) 444.3384 or the Montana Relay at 711. 

The Montana State Library helps all organizations, communities, and Montanans thrive through excellent library resources and services.  For more information about the Montana State Library, visit http://msl.mt.gov.   For more information about the Commission meeting, contact Marlys Stark, Administrative Assistant, at (406) 444-3384 or via e-mail at: mstark2@mt.gov.   

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