Board of Trustees
The Cutler Memorial Board of Trustees meets monthly on the 2nd Wednesday at 4:30 pm at the library. The first 15 minutes of each meeting are open for public comments or questions. The public is welcome to attend meetings any time.
Cutler Library trustees are the governing body of the library. They are responsible for library policies, the budget and building maintenance. The fiscal year begins July 1 and ends June 30.
The trustees meet every month and welcome new members and input from the community. If you or anyone you know wants a say in how your local library is run, we encourage input and ideas. Anyone is welcome to observe the meeting, and public input is invited from 4:30 to 4:45 pm unless an opportunity to speak with the board is otherwise requested in advance.
Members of the Library Board of Trustees:Marcy Shaffer Halé, ChairpersonHolly Kruse, SecretaryBeverly ThomasLynda VolzDavid BaileyJen Carlo
Mission and supporting statements
The mission of the Cutler Memorial Library is to provide free public access to materials, information, and a physical space which encourages and enables patrons to continuously educate themselves and to strengthen their sense of community.
The Cutler Memorial Library is committed to providing resources for patrons to pursue their quests for historical information, current information, and information on future ideas and trends. The Library supports and encourages open and respectful community discourse.
The Cutler Memorial Library supports the “Library Bill of Rights” and the “Freedom to Read” and “Freedom to View” statements of the American Library Association Council. The Cutler Memorial Library does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, place of birth, age, physical or mental condition or any other factor proscribed by law.