What is the Siuslaw Public Library District?
The Siuslaw Public Library District is a stand-alone local government and taxing district covering a patchwork area across western Lane County. The District is governed by a five-member elected Board of Directors and managed by a Library Director. The Siuslaw Public Library District Board of Directors holds regular meetings the third Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. Meetings are generally held at the Library - 1460 9th Street in Florence, OR - in the Bromley Room, but are currently being held virtually per Executive Order 20-16. Find agendas and other public notices on our main page.
The Siuslaw Public Library Board of Directors
Sandy Kuhlman spent more than 30 years as an executive in the commercial insurance industry before permanently relocating to Florence eight years ago. In addition to her active volunteer schedule, Sandy is an avid library user, coming in to find her next book several times a week!
Renée has lived in ten cities over six states during the last 20 years and loved the opportunity it gave her to meet people from vastly different backgrounds and cultures. She is happy to now make Florence a permanent home, where she spends her time homeschooling her two sons, helping with Boy Scouts, working as a youth minister at St. Mary's Catholic Church, and raising unicorns.
Would you like to contact the Siuslaw Public Library District Board of Directors?
When contacting the Siuslaw Public Library District Board of Directors, please know that your correspondence will become a public record. Your private information (phone number, email, etc.) will be protected to the extent possible, but with very few exceptions, your name and concern will need to be discussed in an open, public meeting by the Siuslaw Public Library District Board of Directors.