News about MiddletownPosted in News, Press, State Aid on February 24, 2010 by Carrie
Extra, extra, read all about it: Middletown Public Library in the news
Libraries strive to meet minimum requirements as outlined in the PA Library Laws, one of them being certification for accepting the role of library director with all the responsibilities of leading a community library. This is a case where the Middletown Public Library would write an official letter requesting a waiver of the standards. A library is likely to be granted the waiver of standards for a limited period of time if they can provide a reason why the standard is not currently met and a written plan for achieving the standard within a reasonable period of time.
The minimum standard in the case of libraries with population under 10,000 is Library Assistant. If you want more information about certification, the information is available here: Public Library Certification Application.
The Middletown Public Library Board of Trustees, employees and Friends are hard at work on sharing their plan to best meet the needs of their community within available resources. They are providing strong proof of the impact a public library makes on a community to help make the case for an appropriate level of staffing.
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