The Baldwin Public Library is governed by an elected six member Board of Directors. Day to day operations of the Library are overseen by the Director and Associate Director. For detailed information on the Library's Board, Director, Strategic Plan, and Policies, please see the menu.
Proposed Adult Services Renovation Plan
The Baldwin Public Library Board of Directors and staff have been working with architects at Luckenbach|Ziegelman|Gardner and library consultant Aaron Cohen to create a proposal to update the Adult Services area at the Library. Library Director Doug Koschik and architects John Gardner and Karen Swanson presented the Library's Adult Services Renovation Plan to the Birmingham City Commission on October 12, 2015. Community members are invited to view the televisted meeting, written report, and presentation slides online.
At its October 12 meeting, the City Commission unanimously moved to approve the conceptual plans developed by LZG for the proposed Adult Services renovation and to initiate an RFP for construction drawings. The Library will pay for the construction drawings.
Proposed Three-Phase Building Plan
Library Director Doug Koschik shared the Library's proposed three-phase building plan at the City of Birmingham's Long-Range Planning Session on January 16. Read more about how Baldwin proposes to meet the needs of its users through renovations and a modest addition.
Monthly meetings of the Baldwin Public Library Board, open to the public, are generally held on the third Monday of every month at 7:30 pm in the Tribute and Donor Rooms of the Library. Committee meetings are sporadic and generally held in the Delos Board Room
2017 Meeting Dates
All meetings will be recorded and broadcast on Birmingham Municipal Channel 15 (Comcast) or Channel 99 (AT&T). View the current Bloomfield Community Television schedule. Bloomfield Community Television reserves the right to reschedule programs if necessary.
Front from left: David Underdown, Bob Tera. Back from left: Frank Pisano, Sheila Brice, Jim Suhay, Ashley Aidenbaum