One of the two finalists for the Indianapolis public library system's top job is Jackie Nytes, a former associate director of the library and City-County Councilor. The library hopes to have a CEO named by November.
More agencies will be vying for a piece of the city’s income-tax revenue as next year’s budget process begins. But with that money flat-lined next year, city leaders say there may not be enough to share.
The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library's decision to reduce its work force is in response to expected revenue annual shortfalls of up to $4 million through 2013. The cuts follow a reduction in hours last month.
A state lawmaker is pushing for a law that would allow Indianapolis’ public library system to get a share of local income taxes. But some already are balking at the concept, saying it would divert money from other agencies that need it.
The Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library board of trustees agreed Thursday to keep open two library branches targeted
for closure next year. Board members also outlined $2.5 million in proposed budget cuts for 2011 to help stem the growing
gap between revenue and expenses.