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County Board of Supervisors & City Council Candidate Responses
November 2019 Election

Find out what your local government candidates have to say about JMRL!

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Albemarle County

Michael Hallahan | Steve Harvey | Bea LaPisto Kirtley | Ann Mallek | Donna Price

Candidate Michael Hallahan

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

I believe that maintaining our library system is important. Our libraries offer many people in our community access to computers, access to the internet, and a reliable and safe learning and studying environment.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

No.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

We go less than once a year.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

As a child, I visited the downtown branch of the library regularly in his library card. As a child I used to look forward to going to the library and check it out different books. I have not seen the library's budget, but in general I would like to maintain the status quo on the library system.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In 2012 Albemarle, Charlottesville, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson amended the agreement for JMRL to include a $30 out-of-area fee for any citizen that does not live within the five jurisdictions that make up the regional library. Revenue from these funds has come in lower than expected, and JMRL is consistently asked to remove these out-of-area fees. Would you support an addendum to the regional library agreement to remove out-of-area fees for non-residents?

I would have to hear more about this issue, but my first gut reaction is not to remove fees for out of area residents.

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Candidate Steve Harvey

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

The JMRL system provides one of the only remaining physical locations for non-partisan community cohesion and a wholesome learning environment for young children and new parents. My wife and three children enjoy weekly visits to our library. Access to a broad selection of physical books, fun (and free) programs like a weekly story hour, and the healthy peer interactions our daughter enjoys are not possible to replicate outside of our church — which understandably is not an appropriate substitute for all of my constituents. Continued funding of the JMRL is a priority for me and my family.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

At least once a week.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

I have personally reserved rooms for events. I have attended countless events hosted by others. I have utilized the computers, printers, and books. I have attended CCAC meetings and voted in primary elections at the Crozet location; planned a rendezvous with my children's grandparents at Northside; met up with coworkers and friends at Central and hosted meetings in the Jefferson Room. I intend to ensure these services are maintained financially and use my standing in the community to promote their use.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In 2012 Albemarle, Charlottesville, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson amended the agreement for JMRL to include a $30 out-of-area fee for any citizen that does not live within the five jurisdictions that make up the regional library. Revenue from these funds has come in lower than expected, and JMRL is consistently asked to remove these out-of-area fees. Would you support an addendum to the regional library agreement to remove out-of-area fees for non-residents?

I would like to see the actual numbers on this issue before taking a position. Requiring buy-in from non-local individuals is generally a good idea but if the number of participants is too small it may be more hassle than it's worth.

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Candidate Bea LaPisto Kirtley

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

Library services are very important to our community, providing substantial educational resources for residents of all ages and abilities. Additionally, the meeting areas of all of the nine brick and mortar library branches provide critical space for the myriad nonprofits and community groups that would not otherwise be able to afford a space to meet - and many require public meeting spaces in order to meet legal mandates. The bookmobile offers access to books where no opportunity otherwise exists for many of our rural residents. For these reasons, I believe that the Jefferson Madison Regional Library is a critical institution in our community. I am supportive of the basic tenets of JMRL's recently adopted Five-Year Plan. At this writing, I have not carefully reviewed the JMRL's budget requests for funding from Albemarle County, along with the many other elements of the County budget currently under consideration by the BOS. I can say that as an educator, I see the funding of JMRL's operations as an important piece of the community's education foundation and will assess budget requests accordingly.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

No.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

My use of JMRL has primarily been as a citizen attending meetings that occur in the library branches.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

As indicated in question 4., my personal use of the JMRL system has been limited. However, my understanding of the services that JMRL provides to the community is more comprehensive. As a member of the Albemarle County BOS, my role will be to ensure that Albemarle County continues to support the library system through budgeting in accordance with the goals that have been established historically, as the County is the predominant user of library services; as well as those goals that serve as the primary initiatives in the Five-Year Plan - growth of outreach and extension services, adding hours at Northside Library, and ensuring JMRL works towards meeting the State Library Board's standards for Enhanced Libraries.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In 2012 Albemarle, Charlottesville, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson amended the agreement for JMRL to include a $30 out-of-area fee for any citizen that does not live within the five jurisdictions that make up the regional library. Revenue from these funds has come in lower than expected, and JMRL is consistently asked to remove these out-of-area fees. Would you support an addendum to the regional library agreement to remove out-of-area fees for non-residents?

I would first like to understand the reasoning behind the 2012 decision in the first place, especially since all five localities agreed to it at the same time. If all the localities are in agreement to remove and the original reasoning has either proved itself faulty or ineffective, then I would support the change.

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Candidate Ann Mallek

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

For twelve years, I have heartily supported the JMRL and its two new libraries, Crozet and Northside. It was quite a struggle to get them built, but they are both regularly used my members of my family and the community. I hope to secure funding to expand Crozet hours to 9 am opening daily.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Weekly at least.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

I have supported the budget increases to bring staff salaries into line with benchmarks. I support the new programs for digital items in circulation, youth and teen programs, film nights. If it is helpful for supervisors to go on the radio to talk about library programs, I am happy to do it.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In 2012 Albemarle, Charlottesville, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson amended the agreement for JMRL to include a $30 out-of-area fee for any citizen that does not live within the five jurisdictions that make up the regional library. Revenue from these funds has come in lower than expected, and JMRL is consistently asked to remove these out-of-area fees. Would you support an addendum to the regional library agreement to remove out-of-area fees for non-residents?

I need to know the impact to the budget but am inclined to say yes.

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Candidate Donna Price

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

At the top.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Occasionally; I am the only member of my family here at the present.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

I have used the facilities at the Central Library, Northside Library, Gordon Avenue, and Scottsville for a variety of things to include check out books, meetings, movies, etc. I would like to see a new/expanded library facility in the Scottsville District as I believe that the current facility in insufficient to meet needs. The new Crozet library being an example of what could be achieved. With expanded facilities and services comes increased use and opportunities. I would especially like to see expanded audio book options and check-out times.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In 2012 Albemarle, Charlottesville, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson amended the agreement for JMRL to include a $30 out-of-area fee for any citizen that does not live within the five jurisdictions that make up the regional library. Revenue from these funds has come in lower than expected, and JMRL is consistently asked to remove these out-of-area fees. Would you support an addendum to the regional library agreement to remove out-of-area fees for non-residents?

Out-of-area fees are controversial and, often, counter-productive; at the same time, without knowing more usage data and impact on availability of offerings for residents, I am hesitant to simply say "yes, no more fees." HAVING SAID THAT, I believe that we are all on this boat together and the humanitarian side of me says that recognizing Charlottesville and Albemarle County as being central hubs in a very large, rural, and often largely underserved population, my heart says that we should try to be as expansive and supportive of our neighbors as possible.

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City of Charlottesville

Bellamy Brown | John Hall | Paul Edward Long | Sena Magill | Michael Payne | Lloyd Snook

Candidate Bellamy Brown

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

I view library services as being extremely important to our community, and rate library services as high in my list of funding priorities.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

On occasion; I normally attend special events. However, I have family that regularly uses JMRL locally.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

I have had the benefit of using JMRL services since I was a kid spending most of my time at the Gordon Avenue location. For someone from a low-income background, that was an important service to expand opportunities for me. In addition, I love attending the book fairs and picking up some great books.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In the last six years two state-of-the-art library facilities have opened in Albemarle County, one in Crozet and the other at Northside. In that same period, the City and Albemarle County have partnered to renovate the Children's Room of the Gordon Avenue Branch. The City/Albemarle-owned historic Central Library is in need of a renovation for both maintenance and modernization issues, and has been an unfunded project in the City's CIP for many years. Would you support an upgrade to Central Library if the costs could be shared with the City, the County, the State, and the Friends of the Library?

I would support an upgrade to the Central Library.

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Candidate John Hall

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

Could be more responsive by some library staff-being sincere.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Sometimes.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

Certain people there are fine; other staff are cruel in use of their power.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In the last six years two state-of-the-art library facilities have opened in Albemarle County, one in Crozet and the other at Northside. In that same period, the City and Albemarle County have partnered to renovate the Children's Room of the Gordon Avenue Branch. The City/Albemarle-owned historic Central Library is in need of a renovation for both maintenance and modernization issues, and has been an unfunded project in the City's CIP for many years. Would you support an upgrade to Central Library if the costs could be shared with the City, the County, the State, and the Friends of the Library?

No... I do not feel upgrade is warranted or has value. Why change what works?

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Candidate Paul Edward Long

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

I am in favor of increasing the City of Charlottesville' contribution to the regional library. I would like to see the Main library open 12 hours on Sunday.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Frequently.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

I have made frequent use of JMRL's library system. I will advocate increased funding to the JMRL system by the Charlottesville City Council.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In the last six years two state-of-the-art library facilities have opened in Albemarle County, one in Crozet and the other at Northside. In that same period, the City and Albemarle County have partnered to renovate the Children's Room of the Gordon Avenue Branch. The City/Albemarle-owned historic Central Library is in need of a renovation for both maintenance and modernization issues, and has been an unfunded project in the City's CIP for many years. Would you support an upgrade to Central Library if the costs could be shared with the City, the County, the State, and the Friends of the Library?

No answer given.

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Candidate Sena Magill

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

I find that the library plays an important role in our community. It is a place for organizations to gather, children to be read to, research to be done, and books to be made available. Additionally a Library often is one of the few free places a person can still go and spend time. Libraries continue to play an important part in our community and they should be funded on a federal, state and local level.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

At least twice a month.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

Currently I utilize the library for borrowing books for my 11 year old and attending meetings in the library facilities. I have also used the downtown jobs center in the past and I have also used the computers and had help from the librarians in research and project help. I would love to hear from the JMRL staff what areas they feel need to be improved and what are some of the ways the city can enhance the library system.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In the last six years two state-of-the-art library facilities have opened in Albemarle County, one in Crozet and the other at Northside. In that same period, the City and Albemarle County have partnered to renovate the Children's Room of the Gordon Avenue Branch. The City/Albemarle-owned historic Central Library is in need of a renovation for both maintenance and modernization issues, and has been an unfunded project in the City's CIP for many years. Would you support an upgrade to Central Library if the costs could be shared with the City, the County, the State, and the Friends of the Library?

I do support an upgrade to the library facilities, especially if the cost burden can be shared. We must look at our budget and work in our priority areas first. The Central Library renovation is much needed, however we also have schools that are in desperate need of renovation, an affordable housing crisis and a climate crisis. The Central Library renovation should be addressed in the long range planning process so that it stays in the city wide conversation.

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Candidate Michael Payne

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

Our libraries are vital to our local Charlottesville community. Their value doesn't just come from their books: they're community centers, meeting spaces, job training hubs, and a public resource accessible to everyone regardless of income. Ensuring that Charlottesville's libraries receive the funding necessary to remain a vibrant, accessible public resource is a top priority for me.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Weekly.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

I regularly use libraries throughout the JMRL system. I'm at libraries on a weekly basis, usually to attend various community meetings. But also to rent books and music, print documents, reserve meeting rooms, and utilize other library resources. I hope to highlight the positive role our libraries play in our local community and work with JMRL to provide the library system with the resources necessary to expand programming, maintain their buildings, and continue to provide accessible resources to everyone in the community.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In the last six years two state-of-the-art library facilities have opened in Albemarle County, one in Crozet and the other at Northside. In that same period, the City and Albemarle County have partnered to renovate the Children's Room of the Gordon Avenue Branch. The City/Albemarle-owned historic Central Library is in need of a renovation for both maintenance and modernization issues, and has been an unfunded project in the City's CIP for many years. Would you support an upgrade to Central Library if the costs could be shared with the City, the County, the State, and the Friends of the Library?

Yes. The Central Library is a vital part of our local community, and investing in renovation will help ensure the Central Library plays a positive role in the civic life of our city for decades to come.

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Candidate Lloyd Snook

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

Charlottesville has provided about $2 million a year recently, with increases that have generally exceeded inflation. That reflects my own view of the importance of the J-MRL to the community. I believe that J-MRL gets more City money than any other outside organization. One of my big issues is the achievement gap in the schools, and asking how the City can get our kids more reading-ready. I would hope that the library can play a part in that effort as well.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Weekly.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

My family regularly goes to the J-MRL for meetings, and somewhat less regularly for doing research and checking out books. I assume that you have a plan for what you would like to see as "enhancements" to your services, and that there will be plenty of opportunity to hear from you in the budget process.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: In the last six years two state-of-the-art library facilities have opened in Albemarle County, one in Crozet and the other at Northside. In that same period, the City and Albemarle County have partnered to renovate the Children's Room of the Gordon Avenue Branch. The City/Albemarle-owned historic Central Library is in need of a renovation for both maintenance and modernization issues, and has been an unfunded project in the City's CIP for many years. Would you support an upgrade to Central Library if the costs could be shared with the City, the County, the State, and the Friends of the Library?

In the abstract, yes. I'd like to know more about why it has not been funded in recent years before commenting further. In the near future, the City Schools realignment project may crowd out many new capital initiatives, but a joint project with other funding sources always looks better in the decision process.

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Greene County

David Cox | Tom Flynn | James K. Murphy Jr. | No response from Dale Herring, Davis Lamb, or Steve Bowman

Candidate David Cox

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

A much needed and near the top.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

No.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Once a month.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

Tell people about the library.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: Greene County's Vision Statement reads "Greene County is an inclusive community where citizens and businesses benefit from a diversified economy, quality public services and a superior quality of life." How can the County and the Greene County Library work together to provide the best possible public service to support that superior quality of life?

Extend the hours.

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Candidate Tom Flynn

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

The library is important for Greene County. There are three things that local government should be concerned with: public safety, education and parks and rec. I would consider the library to straddle education and parks and rec, so certainly one of the responsibilities of our local government.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Weekly or so.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

The Greene County JRML branch is a vital connection to resources that include the internet for many residents. It would be great to add facilities that students can use after hours to complete internet centered homework.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: Greene County's Vision Statement reads "Greene County is an inclusive community where citizens and businesses benefit from a diversified economy, quality public services and a superior quality of life." How can the County and the Greene County Library work together to provide the best possible public service to support that superior quality of life?

Due to the lack of internet access in some of the rural areas, if would be great if JRML could figure something that would provide students and residents access to the internet at the library after hours without having to sit in their car. Not sure what the answer is though.

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Candidate James K. Murphy Jr.

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

The library, and all of the essential services it provides, is not only important to our community, it is a crucial piece of the fabric that holds our county together! I believe the services, resources, and equipment provided by the Greene County Library not only support the educational growth of our children and adult neighbors but also support the sustainment and growth of our economy itself. An educated and continuously learning populace is necessary in order to maintain, locally build, and attract new businesses and the funding of our library is vital to create these attributes. I strongly believe no community should be without a library and will do everything in my power as a County Supervisor to ensure we never lose ours.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

We are very grateful to have access to the local Greene County branch and other regional branches of the JMRL. Our family uses the library on a weekly basis and seldom is the time when we don't have multiple books, multimedia, or other resources checked out to assist in enhancing the learning of not only our six-year-old son but also of my wife and myself, as well.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

As the son of two teachers, the father of a 1st grader, and also as someone who never wants to stop learning, the library has played a very important role throughout my life. Whether it has been to find and read various books, use and checkout multimedia resources, take our son and his friends to Story Time and other age specific events, or access a computer, our family has had firsthand experience with the JMRL system for many years. We are also proud to be members of The Friends of the JMRL! We live in a fast moving, continuously changing world and the services provided by the library are extremely helpful in boosting the ability to participate in this type of environment, even right here in a rural county. The role the Board of Supervisors plays in supporting and enhancing these services is not just monetarily but also in the public promotion of the library and staying in regular communication with the community to learn of specific needs that JMRL can continue, increase, or add. As the At-Large Supervisor, I will take that countywide responsibility seriously and ensure those roles are met.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: Greene County's Vision Statement reads "Greene County is an inclusive community where citizens and businesses benefit from a diversified economy, quality public services and a superior quality of life." How can the County and the Greene County Library work together to provide the best possible public service to support that superior quality of life?

As a County Supervisor, one of the major areas I will work very hard from day one to revamp and build out is the communication stream from the local elected leaders and county departments to the citizens of our great county, and vice versa. Without multiple ways to communicate back and forth between government and those it works for, the rumor-mills fly, trust in local government erodes, and that a superior quality of life fades. I see the library playing a very important role in being one of those conduits of communication. The Greene County Branch already provides access to the county website, newspaper, and code, among other vital local resources. However, I think the county and library can easily work together within the already naturally occurring magnetism between the library and the citizens to ensure the fluid transparency of government and open ability to learn about all aspects of what government is doing for the people and in their name. This simple additional communication resource coupled with the outstanding services being provided by the library right now will help ensure that superior quality of life is strong and enduring, with no end in sight!

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Louisa County

Responses not received from: Willie L. Gentry Jr., Bernard D. Hill Jr., Toni Williams Jr., Eric F. Purcell

Nelson County

Robert G. "Skip" Barton Jr. | Larry Saunders | No response from David Parr

Candidate Robert G. "Skip" Barton Jr.

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

Libraries are an essential element of society and are often the center of a rural community, a place where you meet all your neighbors. Library services deserve a high funding priority but the community must express its support to make it a priority for local government.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

Yes.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Our family has always had library cards. My family is well-known at the Nelson Memorial Library, and now my daughter in Charlottesville makes weekly trips with her two young sons. We have decades of experience and appreciation for the JMRL.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

I am a lifelong extensive reader. My house is filled with books. I like to buy used books but go to the library when I can't find what I'm searching for. I trust the library staff to implement current plans to enhance services related to the new library expansion and would consider enhancements in the future as appropriate for the county budget.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: Thanks to the vision and foresight of Nelson County, the Nelson Memorial Library is expanding. With added space and services coming in 2020, would you support funding for an additional full-time staff position to keep up with increased demand?

Until I can consider funding for a new position in the context of a proposed county budget, it would be inappropriate for me to propose new funding. I favor funding library services and would consider matching funding raised by JMRL for the Nelson Library.

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Candidate Larry Saunders

Question 1: What is your view of the importance of library services to our community, and how would you rate library services in your list of funding priorities?

We the BOS are spending 2 million dollars on expansion near the top.

Question 2: Do you have a library card?

No.

Question 3: How often do your and your family use JMRL locally or regionally?

Twice a month.

Question 4: Please describe the extent of your personal experience with and knowledge of the JMRL system and explain what you will do to enhance the JMRL services provided to more than 1.1 million visitors annually.

It been great.

Jurisdiction-Related Question: Thanks to the vision and foresight of Nelson County, the Nelson Memorial Library is expanding. With added space and services coming in 2020, would you support funding for an additional full-time staff position to keep up with increased demand?

Watch and see.

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