ROUSES POINT DODGE MEMORIAL LIBRARY
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The Rouses Point Dodge Memorial Library (RPDML) is a public library which was granted its absolute charter from the University of the State of New York (New York State Education Department) on April 26, 1906. An amendment to the RPDML charter was granted on January 16, 1948. The Library was formally dedicated in January 1907. The administration of the RPDML consists of a five member board. One board member is appointed each year to a five year term by the Village's Mayor and Board of Trustees. It is the responsibility of the Library Board to run the operation of the Library. The Village Treasurer is the chief fiscal officer of the RPDML. The RPDML Board along with Library Director Anne Paulson and staff work to encourage and provide for the use of library services in order to meet the educational, informational and recreational needs of Rouses Point and surrounding communities.
RULES, REGULATIONS AND POLICIES
Click below for the General Rules, Regulations and Policies of the Library as adopted by the RPDML Board of Trustees:
- GENERAL RULES AND REGULATIONS (Adopted 2/13/2018)
- LIBRARY CARDS (Adopted 8/14/2018)
- MEMBERSHIP RULES (Revised 9/9/14)
LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Rouses Point Dodge Memorial Library is governed by a five-member Board of Trustees appointed by the Rouses Point Village Board. Each Board member serves a five-year term. Below is a current listing of the RPDML Board Members.
Mary O'Connor, President
Natali Voitchovsky, Vice President
Patricia Birkett, Secretary
The Village Treasurer serves as the Treasurer for the Library Board of Trustees per Education Law sec. 259(1)(a).
RPDML Board Meetings are held at 12 Noon in the Library on the second Tuesday of the month, excluding January, February, and March. Board meetings are open to the public.
View the Rouses Point Dodge Memorial Library's member page on the Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System's website. Click Here