MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2014

BOARD OF TRUSTEES
ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY
4TH FLOOR BOARD MEETING ROOM
343 S. FIFTH AVENUE
ANN ARBOR, MI
5:30 P.M.

14-350 I. CALL TO ORDER

14-351 II. ATTENDANCE

14-352 III. RECESS TO CLOSED SESSION FOR DISCUSSION OF REAL ESTATE AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL

14-353 IV. RECONVENE REGULAR MEETING AT 7:00 PM

14-354 V. APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(Item of action)

14-355 VI. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF NOVEMBER 17, 2014
(Item of action)

14-356 VII. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

14-357 VIII. FINANCIAL REPORTS

14-358 IX. APPROVAL OF DISBURSEMENTS
(Item of action)

14-359 X. COMMITTEE REPORTS

14-360 A. BUDGET & FINANCE COMMITTEE

14-361 XI. DIRECTOR’S REPORT

14-362 XII. MONTHLY STATISTICS

14-363 XIII. NEW BUSINESS

14-364 A. AUDITOR’S REPORT
Nate Baldermann, Rehmann
30 minutes

14-365 B. RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT THE 2013-2014 FINANCIAL AUDIT
(Item of action)

14-366 C. RESOLUTION TO AMEND AND RESTATE ANN ARBOR DISTRICT LIBRARY SECTION 125 CAFETERIA PLAN
(Item of action)

14-367 D. VOTE FOR CLOSED SESSION FOR DISCUSSION OF REAL ESTATE AND OPINION OF LEGAL COUNSEL AT THE JANUARY 19, 2015 ANNUAL BOARD MEETING
(Item of action)
(roll call vote)

14-368 XIV. CITIZENS’ COMMENTS

14-369 XV. ADJOURNMENT

1. Persons who wish to address the Library Board may reserve time on any regular or special meeting agenda by calling 327-8311 by 5:00 PM of the weekday preceding the meeting. Persons who have not reserved time in advance may speak after those who have reserved time.
2. Maximum time for individual speakers will not exceed three minutes.
3. One speaker may yield his/her time to another if both have signed up and both are in attendance at the meeting.
4. No person may speak more than once on the same subject during a single meeting.
5. Citizens' Comments at special meetings or study sessions will occur at the end of the meeting. Maximum time for individual speakers will not exceed three minutes.
6. Trustees, Director, and Administrators will not answer questions during Citizens' Comments. The speaker may request a response in writing. Trustees may, with the permission of the Board President, ask a question of a speaker. No dialog will occur.
7. Individuals addressing the Board should take into consideration rules of common courtesy.