Seeking Lowell Residents for the Library Board of Trustees

Posted on the Lowell City Manager’s Blog:

The City of Lowell is currently seeking interested Lowell residents to fill (2) vacancies on the Library Board of Trustees for the Pollard Memorial Library. The Library Board of Trustees provides policy direction in matters and concerns related to the Lowell Public Library. The Board of Trustees meets the first Wednesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. Public notice of the meetings is posted at least two weeks in advance on the City of Lowell’s online Event Calendar and on the bulletin board outside of the City Clerk’s Office.  This is a volunteer position.

Applicants should send a letter of interest and a resume by Wednesday, Dec. 14th at 5:00 pm to the Office of the City Manager, City Hall, 375 Merrimack St., Lowell, MA 01852. Application materials may also be sent via email to Donna McIntosh, Executive Assistant to the City Manager at For more information call the City Manager’s Office at 978-970-4000.



2 Responses to Seeking Lowell Residents for the Library Board of Trustees

  1. Arthur says:

    The City website has a section entitled ” Boards,Commissions and other Advisory Board Opportunities”{} that directs interested individuals to send their resumes to the Human Relations Department .
    These openings on the Library Board are not posted at this time.
    Instead , the openings are mentioned on the City Manager’s blog and resumes are to be sent to his office.
    This may not be a major concern , but given the complaints about lack of diversity in recent city appointments , it is odd that the openings would not be publicized as expected.

  2. D. McIntosh says:

    Thanks for pointing this out. I’m following up with the HR office to be sure that the openings are listed on the website as well.

    Donna McIntosh