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Public Policy

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PUBLIC POLICY COMMITTEE

 

Leah Wagner, Chair

Monroe Twp. Public Library

4 Municipal Plaza

Monroe Twp, NJ 08831

732-521-5000, x108

fax: 732-521-4766

email

 

Amy Babcock Landry, Vice Chair

Director

Alfred H. Baumann Free Public Library

Woodland Park, NJ 07424

973.345.8120

email

 

 

Structure and Funding Task Force

 

Meeting Dates 2012-2013

Meeting Dates 2011-2012

Meeting Dates 2010-2011

Meeting Dates 2009-2010

 

Committee Membership 

 

Save My NJ Library

 

NJLA Funding and Structure Task Force Presentation

 

Advocacy Resources

 

Advocacy Calendar

 

Be An Advocate

 

Sustaining Equitable Public Library Service

 

 

Legislative Information

  

NJLA Legislative and Budget Priorities FY 2013

 

League of Municipalities Position on Library Funding

 

Funding for Statewide Library Programs 2007-2011

 

 

 

SUBCOMMITTEE:

 

Intellectual Freedom

 

PPC FUNCTIONS

 

  • To monitor legislative initiatives and legislation, both in the state and in the nation, and to recommend a course of action for the Association and for the professional community.
  • To work with appropriate agencies to initiate new legislation. 
  • To develop a legislative platform and recommend such to the Executive Board. 
  • To train members to be effective legislative advocates. 
  • To familiarize officials attending the Annual League of Municipalities Conference and other government functions with library issues and NJLA activities, and to encourage attendance at these functions by library staff and trustees 
  • To study issues facing libraries in New Jersey and to recommend appropriate steps to address these issues. 
  •  In an emergency, the Committee may act on legislation without the formal approval of the Executive Board, but with the consent of the President. 
  • To coordinate the activities of the Intellectual Freedom Subcommittee and all other subcommittees and ad hoc committees under this committee.

 

 

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