Rochester Hills Public Library is Seeking to Fill a Vacant Position on the Library Board of Trustees

Due to his recent election to the Rochester Hills City Council, Ryan Deel, library trustee, has resigned from the library board of trustees effective November 19, 2017.

Chuck Stouffer, President of the library board said, “Ryan has been an extremely valuable and active member of the board and will be greatly missed.” Stouffer announced today that the remaining members are seeking a qualified person to fill the vacancy for the term ending 2020.

The applicant must be 18 years of age or older, be a registered voter in Rochester Hills, must be able to attend the evening meetings held on the second Monday of each month, and be able to assume board responsibilities. Persons with previous experience in governance, interest in library affairs and/or who have a keen desire to serve the greater Rochester community should consider applying. This is a volunteer position and is non-compensated.

A full description of responsibilities is available through the office of Christine L. Hage, Library Director. “I would be happy to talk to people interested in being appointed and to answer any questions they may have,” said Hage.

Individuals interested in being appointed to the vacancy should send a cover letter and resume to by January 3, 2018 to be considered. Personal interviews of qualified persons will be held prior to recommendation to the full board for approval.

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