VCLSA

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VCLSAVentura County Library Services Agency (Ventura, CA)
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Starrett Kreissman, director of the Ventura County Library Services Agency, said she doesn't see any of the 16 libraries in her system offering DVDs any time soon.
The Ventura County Library Services Agency was the first agency to request donations.
I look forward to the day when everyone in our community has a library card and uses it to exercise their freedom to read, learn and connect with the wealth of resources offered,'' said Trish Cavanaugh, volunteer-community relations coordinator for the Ventura County Library Services Agency.
It's called downtime,'' said Julie Albright, library technician for the Ventura County Library Services Agency.
With libraries like the 15-branch Ventura County Library Services Agency having to survive with diminishing state funding, patrons young and old are turning to Thousand Oaks for its broader and more current selection and often longer hours.
Responding to pressure from the Service Employees International Union Local 998, the Ventura County Library Services Agency plans to comply with county personnel rules mandating that workers used on a regular basis for a particular assignment must be offered permanent part-time status.
Government - and the Ventura County Library Services Agency is an arm of government - has no business deciding what types of lawful materials an adult may view,'' said Ventura attorney William Weilbacher, representing the Libertarian Party of Ventura County and 11 of its members.
The Ventura County Library Services Agency is seeking tutors to help English-speaking adults improve their reading skills.
The library is now part of the Ventura County Library Services Agency.
Taking the latter as an example, there are about 1,000 people who volunteer at the county's 15 public libraries each year, according to Trish Cavanaugh of the Ventura County Library Services Agency.
Responding to a critical report released in December by a consulting team, Ventura County Library Services Agency Director Dixie Adeniran outlined plans to reduce special programs and central services in exchange for longer hours at the 15 branches across the county.
In an era of slashed government funding, the secondhand bookstore is the kind of enterprise that will keep libraries running, said Dixie Adeniran, director of the Ventura County Library Services Agency.
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