The Clearview Library District welcomed three new voting members and a new alternate to the ranks of the Library Board, the governing body of the district, at the February 28 Library Board meeting.
Meet the New Members
A Windsor resident, Dr. Brotsky is an opthamologist at the Welch Eye Center in Greeley. Prior to her selection as a voting member on the Library Board, Brotsky served as an alternate.
Why she wanted to serve: “I feel the institution of the Amerian public library is one of the most wholesome, valuable, and enriching resources that all citizens are entitled to benefit from. I want to help guide our regional library as it continues to be a welcoming and innovative anchor of our community.”
A retired neurosurgeon, Dr. Clark practiced in Greeley and currently resides in Windsor. Dr. Clark is an active member of the Windsor Rotary Club, having served as club president and chairman of the youth leadership committee.
Why he wanted to serve: “I think that I can provide an even-handed voice to issues involving the library and the library district. I want the absolute best for the library and the many people who use it.”
Windsor resident Lampe is an automotive consultant with Centennial Leasing and Sales of Northern Colorado. An engaged member of the community, Lampe volunteers with his church and 3 Hopeful Hearts, and is a member of the Windsor Chamber.
Why he wanted to serve: “My wife and I would like to see the library grow; we understand that the library is in a growth stage. I would like to be a part of the future of our library.”
Kendra Adams, Alternate
Adams is a Colorado real estate broker and currently resides in Severance. In addition to her role on the Library Board, Adams is a member of the Weld RE-4 School District’s Empower group and previously served as chair of the Windsor After Prom Committee.
Why she wanted to serve: “I would like to bring new ideas to the library. I want to help bring our community together in support of the Clearview Library and future expansion.”
The Library Board
The Clearview Library District is governed by a five-member Board of Trustees that sets policy, oversees finances, and hires a library director to handle the operation of the library district.
Board members are appointed — with the approval of the Weld RE-4 School District board and the boards of the Town of Windsor and Town of Severance — to serve three-year terms with a limit of two consecutive terms. In addition to the five Board members, one alternate serves on the Library Board, voting when a quorum of three is needed.