Sean Gantt — Library Director
Diana Donohue — Library Assistant/Acquisitions & Cataloging
Emily Mason — Library Assistant/Adult Programming
Cheyenne Baber — Library Assistant/Children’s Programming & Marketing
Bryan Kyle — Library Assistant/Facilities
2021 Library Board:
Rysta Williford — President
Sandy Jumper — Vice President
Correen Becher — Secretary
Jeanne Becker — Trustee
Virginia Hernandez — Trustee
Nicole Margeson — Trustee
Belinda Platts — Trustee
2021 Board Meetings:
*The meetings are usually held in the library’s meeting room (or over Zoom, depending upon current recommendations and regulations) on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6 PM. Due to unanticipated circumstances, dates and times of meetings may change, so please check the library bulletin board and website for any changes. Special meetings will be posted 24 hours prior to the meeting on this page and on the front door of the library.
View DPL Budget 2021 (This can also be viewed in the library as a paper copy.)
Notice of 1st Draft 2022 Budget
Notice is hereby given that a proposed budget for the Dolores Public Library District for the ensuing year of 2022 has been filed in the office of the Dolores Public Library and is available for public inspection. Such proposed budget will be considered at a public hearing at 6:00 pm on Tuesday, December 7th, 2021. For more information on attending this public hearing, please contact the Dolores Public Library at 970-882-4127 or email@example.com. Any taxpayer within the District way at any time prior to the final edition of the budget file or register their objections thereto.
Dated: November 2nd, 2021
Sean E. Gantt, Director
Dolores Public Library District
The Dolores Public Library Board of Trustees is seeking new members.
The Board of Trustees is the governing body of our Dolores Public Library. Its function is to determine and evaluate policy, hire and evaluate the director, and ensure the physical, operational and financial well being of the library currently and into the future. In addition, and just as significantly, it must assess and respond to the changing needs of the community. It is an exciting time, as libraries are now providing new and innovative programs for their constituencies.
In addition to believing strongly in the role the library plays as a member of the Dolores community, we are also seeking trustees with one or more of the following types of experience:
- Parent of child in the Dolores School System
- Teacher or staff in the Dolores School System
- Business owner or employee in Dolores
- Past experience working for or serving on the board of non-profit organizations
- HR and/or financial training and experience – professionally or as a volunteer
- Knowledge of the needs of the Dolores community
The Board meets at 6:00 pm on the second Tuesday of each month, along with the executive director. Meetings typically last two hours. Most trustees spend about four hours a month on trustee-related responsibilities.
Two positions are available. A trustee must be a resident in the Dolores Library District. Terms are three years and start in January of each year. If you would like to learn more about what’s involved with serving as a trustee, ask Sean Gantt, Library Director, to have the Board President call you. A letter addressed to the Board of Trustees expressing interest and including some background information may be dropped off at the library. After review, you will be asked to observe a Board meeting, where you may ask questions of the trustees. Once approved by the Board, your appointment must also receive the pro forma approval of the Dolores Town Board and the Dolores School Board.
Questions? Call (970) 882-4127 and ask for Sean Gantt, Library Director