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June 26, 2014

R-H Library election draws scant interest

Lockport Union-Sun & Journal —

MIDDLEPORT — Royalton Hartland Community Library did not receive any petitions from community members interested in pursuing library board trustee positions, it was announced Thursday.

Interested residents were to submit petitions to the library 30 days prior to the annual meeting, which will be held July 7.

On the 11-member board, five trustees' terms of office are expiring. Three current trustees, Ann Bates, Larry Lutz and Steve Freeman, did not seek re-election, according to board secretary Margaret Allen.

Two other trustees with expiring terms, Melane Shuttleworth and Ken Belfield, were nominated for re-election. In accordance with library by-laws, Allen will cast one ballot for each of them at the annual meeting. Their terms of office will be three years.

The annual meeting will be held at 7 p.m. July 7 in the upstairs meeting room of the library, 9 Vernon St. The public is welcome to attend.

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