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September 15, 2011

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Bethalto Public Library District

Board of Trustees Meeting

September 15, 2011

 

 

The meeting was called to order by Pat Beiermann, President.

Present:                  P. Beiermann, C. McMillen, E. Hauser, P. Stemmley, L. Gunderson, R. Hellemeyer

Absent:                  M. Brown

Also present:         Mary Brewster, Library Director; Stacy and Kevin McRae, Accountants.

 

The minutes of the Board meeting of August 18, 2011 were approved as written.

 

Motion 1:  It was moved by L. Gunderson and seconded by P. Stemmley that bills in the amount of $33,690.55 be paid.

                Ayes:      P. Beiermann, C. McMillen, E. Hauser, P. Stemmley, L. Gunderson, R. Hellemeyer

                Nayes:   none

                Absent:  M. Brown

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

REPORTS

The Financial report was presented by Kevin and Stacy McRae, Accountants. (See file)

The Librarian’s report. (See file)

 

COMMUNICATIONS

COMMITTEES

UNFINISHED BUSINESS    

NEW BUSINESS

Motion 2:  It was moved by L. Gunderson and seconded by E. Hauser to accept the counter offer of Paula Tretter for the position of Assistant Director.

                Ayes:      P. Beiermann, C. McMillen, E. Hauser, P. Stemmley, L. Gunderson, R. Hellemeyer

                Nayes:   none

                Absent:  M. Brown

           

Motion 3:  It was moved by L. Gunderson and seconded by R. Hellemeyer to give raises of 2% to employees and a raise of 3% to the Director.

                Ayes:      P. Beiermann, C. McMillen, E. Hauser, P. Stemmley, L. Gunderson, R. Hellemeyer

                Nayes:   none

                Absent:  M. Brown

 

 

The meeting was adjourned by P. Beiermann at 8:10 p.m.

 

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