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Library Advisory Committees
The Library Board makes recommendations to the County Executive on matters affecting the public library system, such as the location of new library facilities, the adequacy of book collections, services to outlying districts, and personnel needs of Montgomery County Public Libraries.
The Montgomery County Library Board has twelve appointed by the County Executive and confirmed by the County Council, plus a thirteenth ex-officio member representing the School Board.
Meetings are generally held on the second Wednesday of each month, except in July and August, from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Consult the for exact dates. Meetings take place in the library's administrative offices at 21 Maryland Avenue, Suite 310, in Rockville.
Members serve up to two 3-year terms without compensation. Three members' terms expire each fall, although sometimes positions become vacant at other times. Vacancies and application procedures are announced in county newspapers, at the libraries, on the library website, and to local organizations.
Twenty-three subcommittees of the Library Board, called Library Advisory Committees (LAC), represent each library branch, the Correctional Center, the Disability Resource Center, and the Children's Resource Collection. Library Advisory Committee membership applications can be requested at the libraries. LAC members serve up to two 3-year terms, and membership must be approved by the Library Board. Board members serve as liaisons to branch LACs, attending meetings and reporting the concerns of the LACs to the Library Board.
Current Library Board Members
|Board Member||1st or 2nd Term and End Date||Liaison / Region|
|Dr. Syed Amir||1st, 2014||Gaithersburg / II
Quince Orchard / II
|Ms. Deborah H. Brooks, Vice Chair||Partial, 2014||Aspen Hill / I
Chevy Chase / III
|Ms. Andrea Christman||N/A||MCPS Ex-Officio School Board Representative|
|Ms. Anne S. Core||1st, 2016||Marilyn J. Praisner/III
|Ms. Jeanette Cotter||Little Falls / III
Germantown / II
Rockville Memorial / I
|Ms. Gillian Lewis||2nd, 2015||Correctional Center / II
Davis / I
Disability Resource Center / I
|Ms. Kimblyn Persaud||Potomac/I
|Dr. J. Sri Ram||Bethesda / IV
Kensington Park / III
|Dr. Ashutosh Rao||Partial, 2015||Olney / III|
|Ms. Kathleen Reedy||1st, 2015||Damascus / IV
Poolesville / II
|Ms. Amishi G. Sabnis||Noyes/II
|Ms. Robyn Watts, Chair||2nd, 2016||Long Branch / IV|
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