Central Virginia's public library system wants your feedback on its goals for the next five years.
The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library Board is collecting ideas from the community during its meeting Monday.
A five-year plan committee representing the library's board and staff is now brainstorming objectives for the 2014-2019 time period.
The committee members want to know how you would like to improve services offered at the library.
The board's current five-year plan, which started in July 2009 and runs through June 2014, lists several items they have worked to accomplish.
These include opening new libraries in Crozet and the Albemarle Square area and providing additional service hours at several branches.
Monday's meeting will be held at 1:00 p.m. at the Central Library on East Market St. in Charlottesville.
The group will meet in the McIntire Room.
If you cannot make the meeting, you can email recommendations and comments to the library director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library serves Charlottesville and the counties of Albemarle, Greene, Louisa and Nelson.
The board says that for its size, the central Virginia system is one of the most heavily used in the country.
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