Carnegie Library board adds three members
The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh said Thursday that two City Council members and one city school board member have joined the library's board.
Council President Bruce Kraus appointed Theresa Kail-Smith from District 2 and Daniel Lavelle from District 6 as council representatives on the board. School board President Thomas Sumpter appointed himself as the district's representative.
The appointments increase the number of board members to 36, with the mayor's representative yet to be appointed. Kraus and Natalia Rudiak are council's other two representatives on the board.
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