The Clearview Library District welcomed two new voting members and an alternate to the ranks of the Board of Trustees, the governing body of the district, at the January 30 Trustees meeting.
The new members join existing Trustees Rochelle Brotsky, Ron Clark, and Brian Lampe, and will serve a three-year term.
In addition to the new members, the Board of Trustees elected officers:
- President: Rochelle Brotsky
- Vice President: Kendra Adams
- Treasurer: Ronald Dunworth
- Secretary: Brian Lampe
Meet the New Members
Kendra 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 work with Clearview Library on growing with the community — listening to the residents in the broad areas the district serves and finding functional ways to make the library accessible and relevant to our citizens.”
Windsor resident Ronald Dunworth is recently retired from ADVODA Communications and now works as a consultant for Innovate Technology. Dunworth is on the board of the Harbor Walk at Water Valley HOA, as well as an active supporter of Homeward Alliance.
Why he wanted to serve: “Libraries have always played an important role in our society as a place to seek information. That role is expanding as our society continues to evolve. As a Trustee, I believe that one of our most important jobs will be to ensure we maintain our traditional service offerings. At the same time, we need to evolve our library and provide new services to meet the delivery of information in a way mandated by the technology of today and tomorrow.”
Frank Baszler, Alternate
An electrical engineer, Frank Baszler not only lives in Severance, but he also represents his community as a Trustee of the Town of Severance. In addition to the Library Board of Trustees, Baszler also serves on the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization.
Why he wanted to serve: “To restore trust in the library.”
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.
Trustees are appointed — with the approval of the Weld RE-4 School District board and the boards of the Town of Windsor, Town of Severance, and the City of Greeley — to serve three-year terms with a limit of two consecutive terms. In addition to the five Trustees, one alternate serves on the board, voting when a quorum of three is needed.