- Call to Order
- Call to Audience
- Approval of Agenda
- Approval of Minutes - Regular Meeting 5/21/2009
- Strategic Plan Presentation – Susan Kennedy K2 Communication Plus (item of action)
- Report of the Library Director
- Old Business
- Plante & Moran Audit Proposal/Audit RFP Discussion (item of action)
- Trustee Application Review
- New Business
- 2010 Budget Preparations
- Call to Audience
Wave eliminates the redundancy and errors of communication typically present in email; combining email's best features with those of chat, wikis, and mashup applications.
Developers will be able to extend Wave's capabilities to include games and many functional tools for productivity.
Lastly, Google plans the project to be open source and interoperable, making it a solid contender to eventually replace conventional email.
Do you wish you could change your life and make it just a little more environmentally sound? Many people do, but with so much information out there on how to go green, it can be overwhelming. Here are a few handpicked, current titles to help you work toward a more eco-friendly existence.
What do these books have in common? They all have storylines of strong women who overcome obstacles and struggles. Empower yourself and give them a try!
There is no excuse for being bored this summer in Michigan. From the pristine beaches of the UP to miles of Lake Michigan beaches, there is something for everyone here, be it swimming, snorkeling, kite flying or just sleeping in the sun. Stay for the sunset too, each one is more beautiful than the day before! Michigan's best beaches
Grades: Tween/Teen (going into 5th - 12th)
Program Date: Monday, June 22 at 1 - 1:45pm
The Ford Piquette Avenue plant in Detroit may be the most significant auto-heritage site in the world. In 1904 the Ford Motor Company built the Piquette plant as its first factory building. Here is where Henry Ford and his team built the first 12,000 Model Ts and many subsequent models. The Ford Piquette Avenue plant is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a State of Michigan Historic Site and a City of Detroit Historic District. The plant offers tours for the public.