Sundberg snares library board seat

A Langley City Council member has been appointed to fill an open seat on the Library Board.

James Tully recently stepped down from his position on the board and Councilman Jim Sundberg was approved Monday as his replacement. Sundberg volunteered and the city council agreed to his appointment unanimously.

The library board is composed of six members who are responsible for promoting awareness of the library and monitoring all issues related to the facility, from maintenance and landscaping to public use of the building.

The library is part of the Sno-Isle Libraries system and the board meets on a quarterly basis.


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