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Ross Commissioner DeMarco reappointed to Northland Library board of directors |
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Ross Commissioner DeMarco reappointed to Northland Library board of directors

Tony LaRussa
| Wednesday, February 13, 2019 6:22 p.m

Ross Commissioner Dan DeMarco has been reappointed to a five-year term as the township’s representative on the board of the directors for Northland Public Library.

Commissioner voted unanimously on Feb. 11 to reappoint DeMarco, who represents the township’s 2nd Ward and is vice president of the board of commissioners. He has served on the library board since 2003 and was vice president in 2018.

“The board is one of the most valuable assets we have in the north hills,” DeMarco said. “It’s an honor to once again be appointed to the board.”

The library board, which is responsible for developing policies to govern the library’s operations, is comprised of elected officials from the five municipalities in the north hills that support Northland.

In addition to funding from participating municipalities, the library receives support from a the Northland Pubic Library Foundation.

The other members on the library are: Tom Kosmala of Bradford Woods, Karrie Lukin of Franklin Park, Joan Powers and Cynthia Potter of McCandless, Linda McFadden of Marshall and Casey Sample of Ross.

Vincentian Academy senior Christina Patterson serves as a junior member of the board.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Tony at 724-772-6368, or via Twitter .

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