The Randolph Township Free Public Library Board of Trustees oversees library operations including but not limited to managing all property of the library, constructing buildings for use by the library, purchasing books and other reading materials, hiring librarians and other personnel, and establishing rules and regulations for the library.
In other words, the board generally does all things necessary and proper for the establishment and maintenance of a free public library within the township. It provides the township council with an annual report of its transactions, accounts, and the state and condition of the library.
The board consists of nine members, one of whom is the mayor (or his designee) and one of whom is the superintendent of schools (or his designee). The remaining seven members are appointed by the township council and serve five-year terms.
|Board Member||Term Ends|
|Lou Nisivoccia, Mayor’s Alternate||2020|
|Brendon Hughes (Superintendent of Schools’ Designee)||—|