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Library council of Washington—Mission—Roles.

The mission of the library council of Washington is to promote access to library service and information resources for all people in Washington state. To meet this commitment, the council's membership represents the broadest possible range of library community interests. The roles of the council shall include to:
(1) Serve as a catalyst for developing and implementing statewide library programs that will improve service at all Washington libraries;
(2) Provide a forum for the library community to discuss issues of concern, with individual members keeping their constituents abreast of the council's progress and regularly requesting their input;
(3) Advise the Washington state library commission and state library staff on statewide areas of need in library service;
(4) Encourage and support multitype cooperation throughout the state;
(5) Assist in the development, implementation and evaluation of statewide library development plans and long-range library services and technology act (LSTA) plans;
(6) Advise the Washington state library commission on the use of federal funds;
(7) Pursue opportunities for collaboration with other agencies and community partners that share similar interests with libraries.
[Statutory Authority: RCW 27.04.030(1). WSR 00-11-028, § 304-12-047, filed 5/9/00, effective 6/9/00.]
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