Archive for Friday, June 6, 2008

Library board adds new member

June 6, 2008

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Joan Golden, a vice president for U.S. Bank, Lawrence, was appointed earlier this month to the Lawrence Public Library Board of Trustees.

Mayor Mike Dever made the appointment Tuesday, during the Lawrence City Commission's regular meeting at City Hall.

Golden is past chairwoman of the Lawrence Chamber of Commerce. Her term on the library's board runs through the end of May 2012.

Other board members are Christopher F. Burger, Stevens and Brand LLP, chair; Kathleen O'Leary Morgan, Morgan Quitno Press, vice chairwoman; Terence E. Leibold, Barber Emerson, LC, secretary-treasurer; Michael Machell, Prescription Solutions; and Deborah Thompson, Lawrence Memorial Hospital.

Comments

Fort_Aubrey 7 years, 1 month ago

Hawk, You have no standing to complain about the fountain you did not contribute to. You don't like private. You don't like public. You are a hypocrite. Nobody ever said money means class or taste. You are not Socrates here. But tough cookies. Why do you even care about a KU fountain. You are an old man who does nothing but complain about the institution. Go out to Oberlin and use that theatre.... if it meets your discerning standards, that is. (it was partially constructed and is operated and maintained with public money, by the way)

Fort_Aubrey 7 years, 1 month ago

Hawk wants to encourage private giving, then he just pooh-poohs the Docking gift.Hawk. You really don't want anything. Public or private. I think not_holyrod is starting to make a lot of sense.

cato_the_elder 7 years, 1 month ago

Hawk is right on - the Weaver Court is way classier than the Docking Fountain.

Fort_Aubrey 7 years, 1 month ago

How about being for a library just because it is a library? I don't care whit one about the developers. I guess JackRipper and Hawkperched don't like to read. Not_Holyrod sounds like a nice guy.

Fort_Aubrey 7 years, 1 month ago

Jack: all those plans which involved commercial space with a new library I thought to be self-serving for the developers. Perhaps we agree. Fix up/improve the existing building.Of course Hawk will be opposed to anything, a private gift or a public improvement. So no reason to listen to that old man.

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