All posts tagged "Joan Roth"
Library announces new director
SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Public Library Board of Trustees announced Tuesday that the board appointed Carol Dolin to the position of library director.
- Posted May 3, 2012
Referendum, new director on SG library’s horizon?
SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove Library District residents may need to be prepared for more change in the future: a new library referendum may be coming, as well as the beginning of a search for a new library director.
- Posted November 18, 2011
SG Library Board votes in favor of mediation with former director
Measure opens the door to possible return of Hughes SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Library Board at its meeting on Oct. 13 voted 4-3 in favor of mediation between board trustees and former library director Beverly Holmes Hughes.
- Posted October 21, 2011
A break from the pattern
Library Board releases statement about firing Hughes; conflicts continue among board
- Posted September 2, 2011
Decision’s impact continues
SG Library Friends disband; public demands board's explanation for director firing SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Library Friends have decided to call it a day.
- Posted August 19, 2011
Hughes fired by SG Library Board
2010 Sugar Grove Citizen of the Year let go with no official reason provided SUGAR GROVE—Sugar Grove's next library director will have some pretty big shoes to fill.
- Posted July 22, 2011
Letter: To the Sugar Grove Library community
The Sugar Grove Public Library Board of trustees, along with the staff of the Sugar Grove Library and the Friends of the Sugar Grove Library, have decided that a referendum for operating funds not be on the...
- Posted January 27, 2011
April 7 Sugar Grove election results
The following unofficial results are courtesy of Kane county: Village President, Village Board, Community House Board, Public Library Board (Six, Four and two-year terms), and Public Library Referendum.
- Posted April 8, 2009
Library Board candidates in separate races
There are three open positions on the Library Board. One candidate, Art Morrical, is running unopposed for the six-year term; three candidates are running for the two-year term; and two candidates are running for the four-year term.
- Posted April 2, 2009