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COMMUNITY DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING OF LIBRARY BOARD VIA ELECTRONIC MEANS IN ACCORDANCE WITH EXECUTIVE ORDER 2020-15

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby provided that, in order to comply with recommended guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Executive Order 2020-21, issued by Governor Whitmer on March 23, 2020, and in an effort to reduce the likelihood of spreading the Coronavirus (Covid-19), the Community District Library Board (the “Library”) will conduct the May 27th, 2020 Library Board meeting via electronic means using ZOOM on-line video conferencing. 

The public may participate in the May 27th, 2020 Library Board meeting electronically via the following website address:  www.mycdl.org 

Detailed instructions for joining the video conference of the meeting and providing public comment via video conference are included below.

Alternatively, to participate in the meeting by providing public comment, you may email your public comment to the following email address:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Emails received prior to 5:00 p.m. on May 26, 2020 at the above-listed address will be read aloud during public comment.

PUBLIC NOTICE IS FURTHER PROVIDED THAT, in order to comply with Sections 2 and 6 of Executive Order 2020-21, MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND THE MEETING AT THE COMMUNITY DISTRICT LIBRARY IN-PERSON.

In all other respects, the May 27th, 2020 Library Board meeting will be held in accordance with Michigan’s Open Meetings Act and the Board’s bylaws and/or rules of procedure, as those bylaws and/or rules may be modified from time to time.

Email addresses for Library officials may be found online on the Library’s website at: 

www.mycdl.org

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

This notice was posted at the Library on May 21st, 2020 at approximately 11:00 am. and on the Library’s website, https://www.mycld.org / on May 21st, 2020 at approximately 5:00 pm. May 27, 2020 07:00 PM

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/91487632321?pwd=TklINFhxdUt1VUFTQjR1SXZ2U2hnQT09

Meeting ID: 914 8763 2321

Password: 550084

Or call:    1 – 646-558- 8656

 

Community District Library branches are closed but the WiFi networks are turned on and accessible to the public 24 hours a day.  WiFi internet access is still available from outside the buildings at the following locations: Bancroft, Corunna, Lennon,  Morrice, and Perry. 

The library is receiving information that some internet connections have been unreliable in a few areas of the county.  Connectivity issues while performing work functions online, filing for unemployment, online school projects and more have been reported.

A library card is not required.  The WiFi signal can be picked up at the parking spaces outside of each branch.  To connect, find the network cdlguest and type in the password cdlguest.

Bancroft: 3719 Grand River Road Bancroft, MI 48414; Corunna: 210 E. Corunna Ave. Corunna, MI 48817; Lennon: 1904 E. Lennon Road Lennon, MI 48449; Morrice: 300 Main Street Morrice MI  48857; Perry: 135 S. Main Street Perry, MI  48872.

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Share your eBook with readers! Once your book has been formatted for ePublication, Indie Author Project makes your work available online at CDL'S BiblioBoard Library.

 
Discover something new to check out!

From eBooks to multimedia collections that incorporate books, images, audio, and video, BiblioBoard provides library patrons with a fun and engaging experience created by self-published authors, artists, and musicians.

 


 

You can now access digital documents from the communities of Bancroft, Byron, Corunna, Lennon, Morrice, New Lothrop, and Perry.  Included are historical newspapers, yearbooks, pictures, cemetery records and more. Many of the documents are searchable to make research easier.  This is an onging project with materials added continuously.  Search CDL Digital Historical Collections. 


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