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City: Mount Prospect
Website: Candidate did not respond.
Office sought: Mount Prospect library
Family: Married for 25 years to Jeff Bruner.
Education: Master of Social Work - Jane Addams College of Social Work - University of Illinois
Certified Employee Benefits Specialist - Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
Bond School Certificate - Municipal Bonds Club of Chicago
Civic involvement: Commissioner - Mount Prospect Special Events Commission
Member - Mount Prospect Historical Society
Volunteer - USA D.O.G. and Midwest Greyhound Adoption (groups promoting the rescue and adoption of retired racing greyhounds)
Elected offices held: Trustee - Mount Prospect Public Library 1999 through present
President May 2007 through May 2009
Have you ever been arrested for or convicted of a crime? If yes, please explain: No
The Library must remain relevant. It is critical for us to stay abreast of research and developments in library science and technology while paying attention to our patrons to see how they are using the library.
In these tough economic times, we must put fiscal responsibility at the top of the list. Running a first class institution on a limited budget will be our greatest challenge.
We must constantly be on the lookout for the best new ways to serve and meet the needs of all residents of Mount Prospect regardless of age, ethnicity or income level.
I want to ensure that Mount Prospectís library remains strong, vibrant and one of the finest public libraries in the state.
When I first ran for the Board in 1999 my primary objective was to finally bring the community together in support of expanding the library. It worked. Our referendum passed and today we have a beautiful facility with adequate space for now and into the foreseeable future.
During my tenure as Board President we worked in partnership with the Village of Mount Prospect to open our South Branch at the newly created Community Connections Center. At South Branch we are providing desperately needed library services to an underserved and growing sector of our community.
Yes, I have had a library card since moving to Mount Prospect in 1992. I use it multiple times each week both at the library to take out books and other materials and from home to access the library's extensive on-line resources.
Candidate did not respond.
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