Library Board of Advisors
About the Library Board
The Library Board of Advisors is an advisory body to the Mayor and City Council with the mission of promoting the operation and development of Papillion's Library. The Library Board has control over the Library's intellectual collection, including the selection of books and materials. They have advisory input and oversight of the Library's budget, determine the amount to charge for Library penalties and fees, and establish rules and regulations for the operation and use of the Library. They recommend to the Mayor and City Council matters that better the Library, including maintenance and general rehabilitation of Library buildings, grounds, and parking areas.
- The Library Board of Advisors meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 4:30 p.m.
- Sump Memorial Library
222 North Jefferson Street
Papillion, NE 68046
Meeting times for special meetings of the Library Board will be listed on the agenda for that meeting.
Board Member Requirements
Members of the Library Board of Advisors shall be appointed by the Mayor by and with the approval of a majority of the City Council. The Board shall consist of 5 members, each of whom shall serve for a term of 4 years.
The Board members shall be residents of the City of Papillion or the City's extra-territorial jurisdiction and shall serve without compensation; provided, however, no more than two members shall be nonresidents of the City.
|Paul Schroeder, President||June 2000||June 2020|
|Erin Jones||February 2017||June 2018|
|Steven Kryger||June 2012||June 2020|
|Susan McCalman||July 2014||July 2018|
|Peggy Montgomery||June 1996||June 2020|