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Due to the significant increase in COVID-19 cases in Oakland County and surrounding areas, FCL is proactively prioritizing the health and safety of our staff and patrons by temporarily closing in-person library service to help mitigate the spread of the virus in our community. The Farmington Community Library has moved back to Phase 2 of our Reopening Plan. Curbside pickup, phone and electronic reference, and outdoor drop boxes will be available while we temporarily close in-person library services.Read more…

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FCL Assessment Report — Pepper Consulting Group

WELCOME NEW BOARD MEMBERS! On behalf of the Farmington Community Library Board of Trustees, the Farmington Community Library welcomes three new board members: Danette Duron-Willner, Michele Kelly, and Megan Stryd. Please join us in welcoming these new board members.

Communication from Board President and Vice-President — August 10, 2020

Communication from Board to Staff — July 18, 2020

Informal Communication between FCL President White, FCL Vice President Bill Largent and Staff — July 8, 2020

Message from the FCL Board of Trustees — April 27, 2020

Farmington Community Library Names Riti Grover as Director — Press Release November 27, 2019

General Information about The Farmington Community Library’s Board of Trustees

Under the State District Library Establishment Act [Public Act 24 of 1989], the Farmington Community Library Board of Trustees is a taxing authority with governance responsibilities for all aspects of library operation. The Board is composed of eight [8] Trustees, with four [4] each appointed from the cities of Farmington and Farmington Hills. The Board is empowered:

  • to establish, maintain and operate a public library for the district;
  • to appoint and remove a librarian and necessary assistants and to fix their compensation;
  • to supervise and control library property;
  • to adopt bylaws and regulations;to establish a district library fund, over which it shall have exclusive control;and to do any other thing necessary to conduct district library service.
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