Kilgas resigns, new board candidates selected at GCLD meeting
At their Tuesday, September 20 meeting the Grand County Library District (GCLD) selected three candidates to fill the vacant seats on the library board. These candidates need to be approved by the Grand County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) before they are appointed.
According to a press release from the GCLD, Jim Sloan, a Kremmling resident was selected to fill the vacancy for District 3 (Roxane White, also of Kremmling, formerly held this seat). Marcus Davis, a Hot Sulphur Springs resident will fill the At Large B seat from which Leslie Crosby resigned. Carol Hunter, a Grand Lake resident was chosen for the At Large A seat, formerly held by Kim Jensen.
Other updates presented at the meeting include Shelly Kilgas’ resignation. Kilgas was the Director of Technology and her position will not be filled. Anthony Leyba will serve as the Technical Support Specialist and some of Kilgas’ responsibilities will be shared among other employees in an effort to consolidate staff and save money, according to the GCLD.
Additionally, the Central Services building, located at 225 E. Jasper Avenue, is in the process of being listed for sale.
The 2017 budget will be presented and voted upon at the October 11 regular meeting of the GCLD Board of Trustees at 5:30 p.m. at the Granby Library.
A budget hearing in which the public has the opportunity to participate will be held on Tuesday, November 15 at the Granby Library.
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