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Bloomfield Township Library board has opening

The Bloomfield Township Public Library has announced there is a vacancy on its six-member library board of trustees. According to library director Carol Mueller, a library trustee recognizes the importance of the community and oversees the funding of all aspects of library services, including traditional media and computer technologies. Trustees attend monthly meetings held on Tuesdays of each month at 7 p.m. Each trustee also serves on committees and is invited to be an active participant in the library's activities. Applications for the position of trustee can be obtained from the library’s website,, or by request via email or curbside service. Completed applications must be received by 7 p.m. Wednesday, December 2. The applicant must be a Bloomfield Township resident. The library board of trustees is working to have this vacancy on the board filled before the December 15 library board meeting. For more information about this position and the application procedure, contact Mueller at 248.642.5800 or

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