The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library has started the process of updating their strategic plan for the next five years and are seeking responses to a survey. JMRL has branches in Albemarle, Charlottesville, Greene, Louisa, and Nelson. (take the survey)
“The current strategic plan has led to many initiatives that have improved library service to the community,” said Library Director David Plunkett in a press release sent out on Friday. “For instance, expanding Bookmobile services in Louisa and Nelson counties, the addition of contactless pickup lockers at six branches, and a new and improved website.”
The survey will be open through October. Drafts of a strategic plan should be ready for review in early 2024 with adoption anticipated next June.
To inform your answers, take a look at the current strategic plan which covers FY2019 through the end of this fiscal year.
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