Jordanville Public Library
Annual Report For Public And Association Libraries - 2019

 
1. GENERAL LIBRARY INFORMATION
Library/Director Information

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Report all information in Part 1 as of December 31, 2019, except for questions related to the current library director/manager (questions 1.37 through 1.44).

1.1 Library ID Number3600213330 
 
1.2 Library NameJORDANVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
 
1.3 Name Status (State use only)00 (for no change from previous year) 
 
1.4 Structure Status (State use only)00 (for no change from previous year) 
 
1.5 CommunityJordanville 
 
1.6 Beginning Fiscal Reporting Year01/01/2019 
 
1.7 Ending Fiscal Reporting Year12/31/2019 
 
1.8 Is the library now reporting on a different fiscal year than it reported on in the previous Annual Report?Yes 
 
1.9 If yes, please indicate the beginning date of library's new reporting year. Enter N/A if No was answered to Question 1.8.01/01/2019 
 
1.10 Please indicate the ending date of library's new reporting year. Enter N/A if No was answered to Question 1.8.12/31/2019 
 
1.11 Beginning Local Fiscal Year01/01/2019 
 
1.12 Ending Local Fiscal Year12/31/2019 
 
1.13 Address Status00 (for no change from previous year) 
 
1.14 Street Address189 MAIN STREET 
 
1.15 CityJORDANVILLE 
 
1.16 Zip Code13361 
 
1.17 Mailing AddressP.O. BOX 44 
 
1.18 CityJORDANVILLE 
 
1.19 Zip Code13361 
 
1.20 Telephone Number (enter 10 digits only and hit the Tab key; enter N/A if no telephone number)(315) 858-2874 
 
1.21 Fax Number (enter 10 digits only and hit the Tab key; enter N/A if no fax number)(315) 858-2874 
 
1.22 E-Mail Address to Contact the Library (Enter N/A if no e-mail address)jordanville@midyork.org 
 
1.23 Library Home Page URL (Enter N/A if no home page URL)www.jordanvillelibrary.org 
 
1.24 Population Chartered to Serve (per 2010 Census)1,624 
 
1.25 Indicate the type of library as stated in the library's charter (select one):PUBLIC 
 
1.26 Indicate the area chartered to serve as stated in the library's charter (select one):School District 
 
1.27 During the reporting year, has there been any change to the library's legal service area boundaries? Changes must be the result of a Regents charter action. Answer Y for Yes, N for No.N 
 
1.28 Indicate the type of charter the library currently holds (select one):Absolute 
 
1.29 Date the library was granted its absolute charter or the date of the provisional charter if the library does not have an absolute charter08/26/1908 
 
1.30 Date the library was last registered03/29/1954 
 
1.31 Federal Employer Identification Number150539104 
 
1.32 CountyHERKIMER 
 
1.33 School DistrictOwen D. Young 
 
1.34 Town/CityWarren 
 
1.35 Library SystemMid York Library System 
 
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1.36a President/CEO Name 
 
1.36b President/CEO Phone Number 
 
1.36c President/CEO Email 
 
NOTE: For questions 1.37 through 1.44, report all information for the current library director/manager.
1.37 First Name of Library Director/ManagerMelinda 
 
1.38 Last Name of Library Director/ManagerSupp 
 
1.39 NYS Public Librarian Certification NumberN/A 
 
1.40 What is the highest education level of the library manager/director?Two or More Years of College/University Study 
 
1.41 If the library manager/director holds a Master's Degree, is it a Master's Degree in Library/Information Science?N/A 
 
1.42 Do all staff working in the budgeted Librarian (certified) positions reported in 6.4 have an active NYS Public Librarian Certificate? If No, list the name and e-mail address of each staff member without an active certificate in a Note.N/A 
 
1.43 E-mail Address of the Director/Managermsupp@midyork.org 
 
1.44 Fax Number of the Director/Manager(315) 858-2874 
 
1.45 Is the library a member of the New York State and Local Retirement System?N 
 
1.46 Does the library charge fees for library cards to people residing outside the system's service area?N 
 
1.47 Was all or part of the library's funding subject to a public vote(s) held during Calendar Year 2019? (Please respond even if the vote was unsuccessful). Enter Y for Yes, N for No. If Yes, complete one record for the public vote from each funding source. If no, go to question 1.48.Y 
 
Public Votes/Contracts
1. Name of municipality or district holding the public voteOwen D. Young Central School DistrictN/A 
 
2. Indicate the type of municipality or district holding the public voteSchool District 
 
3. Date the vote was held (mm/dd/2019)06/14/2019 
 
4. Was the vote successful? Y/NY 
 
5. What type of public vote was it?school district ballot proposition (Ed. Law §259(1)(a)) 
 
6a. Most recent prior year approved appropriation from a public vote:$2,018 
 
6b. Proposed increase in appropriation as a result of the vote held on the date reported in question number 3: 
 
6c. Total proposed appropriation (sum of 6a and 6b):N/A 
 
 
This question should only be answered if "No" was answered in Q1.47 OR the library has votes from different municipalities/districts that were held in different years, both current and prior.
1.48 Did the library receive funding from an appropriation which was approved by public vote in a prior year? (Prior to Calendar Year 2019) Enter Y for Yes, N for No. If Yes, complete one record for the vote from each funding source. If No, go to question 1.49.N 
 
1. Name of municipality or district holding the public vote 
 
2. Indicate the type of municipality or district holding the public vote 
 
3. Date the last successful vote was held (mm/dd/yyyy)N/A 
 
4. What type of public vote was it? 
 
5. What was the total dollar amount of the appropriation from tax dollars resulting from the last successful vote?N/A 
 
 
1.49 Does the reporting library have a contractual agreement with a municipality or district to provide library services to residents of an area not served by a chartered library? Enter Y for Yes, N for No. If yes, please complete one record for each contract. If no, go to question 1.50.Y 
 
1. Name of contracting municipality or districtHerkimer County 
 
2. Is this a written contractual agreement?Y 
 
3. Population of the geographic area served by this contract64,519 
 
4. Dollar amount of contract$1,591 
 
5. Enter the appropriate code for range of services provided (select one):Full 
 
 
Unusual Circumstances
1.50 For the reporting year, has the library experienced any unusual circumstance(s) that affected the statistics reported (e.g., natural disaster, fire, closed for renovations, massive weeding of collection, etc.)? If yes, please annotate explaining the circumstance(s) and the impact on the library using the Note; if no, please go to Part 2, Library Collection.N 
 
 
2. LIBRARY COLLECTION
Print/Electronic/Other Holdings
Report holdings, additions, and subscriptions as of the end of the fiscal year reported in Part 1. Please read general information instructions below before completing this section.
NOTE: This section of the survey (2.1-2.22) collects data on selected types of materials.

It does not cover all materials (i.e., microforms, loose sheet music, maps, and pictures) for which expenditures are reported under Print Materials Expenditures, Electronic Materials Expenditures, and Other Materials Expenditures (questions 12.6, 12.7 and 12.8). Under this category report only items that have been purchased, leased or licensed by the library, a consortium, the state library, a donor or other person or entity. Included items must only be accessible with a valid library card or at a physical library location; inclusion in the catalog is not required. Do not include items freely available without monetary exchange. Count electronic materials at the administrative entity level (main library); do not duplicate numbers at each branch.

PRINT MATERIALS

Cataloged Books

2.1 Adult Fiction Books2,142 
 
2.2 Adult Non-fiction Books1,657 
 
2.3 Total Adult Books (Total questions 2.1 & 2.2)3,799 
 
2.4 Children's Fiction Books2,716 
 
2.5 Children's Non-fiction Books1,007 
 
2.6 Total Children's Books (Total questions 2.4 & 2.5)3,723 
 
2.7 Total Cataloged Books (Total questions 2.3 & 2.6)7,522 
 
Other Print Materials
2.8 Total Uncataloged Books22 
 
2.9 Total Print Serials45 
 
2.10 All Other Print Materials60 
 
2.11 Total Other Print Materials (Total questions 2.8 through 2.10)127 
 
2.12 Total Print Materials (Total questions 2.7 and 2.11)7,649 
 
ALL OTHER MATERIALS

Electronic Materials

2.13 Electronic Books18,841 
 
2.14 Local Electronic Collections4 
 
2.15 NOVELNY Electronic Collections16 
 
2.16 Total Electronic Collections (Total questions 2.14 and 2.15)20 
 
2.17 Audio - Downloadable Units5,025 
 
2.18 Video - Downloadable Units10 
 
2.19 Other Electronic Materials (Include items that are not included in the above categories, such as e-serials; electronic files; collections of digital photographs; and electronic government documents, reference tools, scores and maps.)0 
 
2.20 Total Electronic Materials (Total questions 2.13, 2.16, 2.17, 2.18 and 2.19)23,896 
 
Non-Electronic Materials
2.21 Audio - Physical Units169 
 
2.22 Video - Physical Units903 
 
2.23 Other Non-Electronic Materials (includes films, slides, etc.)0 
 
2.24 Total Other Materials Holdings (Total questions 2.21 through 2.23)1,072 
 
Serials/Additions to Holdings
2.25 GRAND TOTAL HOLDINGS (Total questions 2.12, 2.20 and 2.24)32,617 
 
CURRENT SERIAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
2.26 Current Print Serial Subscriptions7 
 
ADDITIONS TO HOLDINGS - Do not subtract withdrawals or discards.
2.27 Cataloged Books418 
 
2.28 All Other Print Materials0 
 
2.29 Electronic Materials4,566 
 
2.30 All Other Materials158 
 
2.31 Total Additions (Total questions 2.27 through 2.30)5,142 
 
 
3. LIBRARY PROGRAMS, POLICIES, AND SERVICES
Borrowers/Visits/Policies/Accessibility
Report all information on questions 3.1 through 3.29 as of the end of the fiscal year reported in Part 1; report information on questions 3.30 through 3.83 for the 2019 calendar year. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section.

Please report information on LIBRARY USE as of the end of the fiscal year reported in Part 1.

LIBRARY USE

3.1 Library visits (total annual attendance)2,975 
 
3.2 Registered resident borrowers469 
 
3.3 Registered non-resident borrowers105 
 
Please report information on WRITTEN POLICIES as of 12/31/19.

WRITTEN POLICIES (Answer Y for Yes, N for No)

3.4 Does the library have an open meeting policy?Y 
 
3.5 Does the library have a policy protecting the confidentiality of library records?Y 
 
3.6 Does the library have an Internet use policy?Y 
 
3.7 Does the library have a disaster plan?Y 
 
3.8 Does the library have a board-approved conflict of interest policy?Y 
 
3.9 Does the library have a board-approved whistle blower policy?N 
 
3.10 Does the library have a board-approved sexual harassment prevention policy?Y 
 
Please report information on ACCESSIBILITY as of 12/31/19.

ACCESSIBILITY (Answer Y for Yes, N for No)

3.11 Does the library provide service to persons who cannot visit the library (homebound persons, persons in nursing homes, persons in jail, etc.)?Y 
 
3.12 Does the library have assistive devices for persons who are deaf and hearing impaired (TTY/TDD)?N 
 
3.13 Does the library have large print books?Y 
 
3.14 Does the library have assistive technology for people who are visually impaired or blind?Y 
 
3.15 - If so, what do you have?
  screen reader, such as JAWS, Windoweyes or NVDANo 
 
  refreshable Braille commonly referred to as a refreshable Braille displayNo 
 
  screen magnification software, such as ZoomtextYes 
 
  electronic scanning and reading software, such as OpenBookNo 
 
3.16 Is the library registered for services from either the New York State Talking Book and Braille Library (New York State Library, Albany) or the Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library (The New York Public Library, New York)?N 
 
Library Sponsored Programs/Summer Reading Program
Please report information on LIBRARY SPONSORED PROGRAMS as of the end of the fiscal year reported in Part 1.

LIBRARY SPONSORED PROGRAMS

3.17 Adult Program Sessions27 
 
3.18 Young Adult Program Sessions0 
 
3.19 Children's Program Sessions16 
 
3.20 All Other Program Sessions12 
 
3.21 Total Number of Program Sessions (Total questions 3.17 through 3.20)55 
 
3.22 One-on-One Program Sessions2 
 
3.23 Do library staff, trustees and/or volunteers reach outside of the library to promote library programs and services through group presentations, information tables and/or other similar educational activities sponsored by the Library?Yes 
 
3.24 Adult Program Attendance241 
 
3.25 Young Adult Program Attendance0 
 
3.26 Children's Program Attendance179 
 
3.27 All Other Program Attendance56 
 
3.28 Total Program Attendance (Total questions 3.24 through 3.27)476 
 
3.29 One-on-One Program Attendance2 
 
Please report information on SUMMER READING PROGRAMS for the 2019 calendar year.

SUMMER READING PROGRAM

3.30 - Indicate which of the following apply to the summer reading program(s) offered by the library during the summer of 2019 (check all that apply):

a. Program(s) for childrenYes 
 
b. Program(s) for young adultsNo 
 
c. Program(s) for AdultsNo 
 
d. Summer Reading at New York Libraries name and/or logo usedYes 
 
e. Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP Manual, provided through the New York State Library, used)Yes 
 
f. N/ANo 
 
3.31 Library outlets offering the summer reading program1 
 
3.32 Children registered for the library's summer reading program17 
 
3.33 Young adults registered for the library's summer reading program3 
 
3.34 Adults registered for the library's summer reading program1 
 
3.35 Total number registered for the library's summer reading program (total 3.32 + 3.33 + 3.34)21 
 
3.36 Children's program sessions - Summer 20194 
 
3.37 Young adult program sessions - Summer 20190 
 
3.38 Adult program sessions - Summer 20190 
 
3.39 Total program sessions - Summer 2019 (total 3.36 + 3.37 + 3.38)4 
 
3.40 Children's program attendance - Summer 2019108 
 
3.41 Young adult program attendance - Summer 20190 
 
3.42 Adult program attendance - Summer 20190 
 
3.43 Total program attendance - Summer 2019 (total 3.40 + 3.41 + 3.42)108 
 
COLLABORATORS
3.44 Public school district(s) and/or BOCES0 
 
3.45 Non-public school(s)0 
 
3.46 Childcare center(s)0 
 
3.47 Summer camp(s)0 
 
3.48 Municipality/Municipalities0 
 
3.49 Literacy provider(s)N/A 
 
3.50 Other (describe using the State note)N/A 
 
3.51 Total Collaborators (total 3.44 through 3.50)0 
 
Please report information on EARLY LITERACY PROGRAMS for the 2019 calendar year.

EARLY LITERACY PROGRAMS

3.52 Did the library offer early literacy programs? (Enter Y for Yes, N for No)Y 
 
Early Literacy Programs/Adult Literacy Programs/Programs for ESOL/Digital Literacy Programs
3.53 - Indicate types of programs offered (check all that apply)
a. Focus on birth - school entry (kindergarten)Yes 
 
b. Focus on parents & caregiversNo 
 
c. Combined audienceYes 
 
d. N/ANo 
 
3.54 - Number of sessions
a. Focus on birth - school entry (kindergarten) 
 
b. Focus on parents & caregivers 
 
c. Combined audience 
 
d. N/A 
 
3.55 Total Sessions0 
 
3.56 - Attendance at sessions
a. Focus on birth - school entry (kindergarten) 
 
b. Focus on parents & caregivers 
 
c. Combined audience 
 
d. N/A 
 
3.57 Total Attendance0 
 
3.58 - Collaborators (check all that apply):
a. Childcare center(s)No 
 
b. Public School District(s) and/or BOCESNo 
 
c. Non-Public School(s)No 
 
d. Health care providers/agenciesNo 
 
e. Other (describe using the State note)No 
 
Please report information on ADULT LITERACY for the 2019 calendar year.

ADULT LITERACY

3.59 Did the library offer adult literacy programs?No 
 
3.60 Total group program sessions 
 
3.61 Total one-on-one program sessions 
 
3.62 Total group program attendance 
 
3.63 Total one-on-one program attendance 
 
3.64 - Collaborators (check all that apply)
a. Literacy NY (Literacy Volunteers of America)No 
 
b. Public School District(s) and/or BOCESNo 
 
c. Non-Public SchoolsNo 
 
d. Other (see instructions and describe using Note)No 
 
Please report information on PROGRAMS FOR ENGLISH SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL) for the 2019 calendar year.

PROGRAMS FOR ENGLISH SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES (ESOL)

3.65 Did the library offer programs for English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)? (Enter Y for Yes, N for No)N 
 
3.66 Children's program sessions 
 
3.67 Young adult program sessions 
 
3.68 Adult program sessions 
 
3.69 Total program sessions (total 3.68 + 3.69 + 3.70)0 
 
3.70 One-on-one program sessions 
 
3.71 Children's program attendance 
 
3.72 Young adult program attendance 
 
3.73 Adult program attendance 
 
3.74 Total program attendance (total 3.73 + 3.74 + 3.75)0 
 
3.75 One-on-one program attendance 
 
3.76 - Collaborators (check all that apply):
a. Literacy NY (Literacy Volunteers of America)No 
 
b. Public School District(s) and/or BOCESNo 
 
c. Non-Public School(s)No 
 
d. Other (describe using the Note)No 
 
Please report information on DIGITAL LITERACY for the 2019 calendar year.

DIGITAL LITERACY

3.77 Did the library offer digital literacy programs?N 
 
3.78 Total group program sessions 
 
3.79 Total one-on-one program sessions 
 
3.80 Total group program attendance 
 
3.81 Total one-on-one program attendance 
 
3.82 Did your library offer teen-led activities during the 2019 calendar year?N 
 
3.83 Did your library offer teen-led activities during the 2018 calendar year?N 
 
 
4. LIBRARY TRANSACTIONS
Circulation/Electronic Use/Reference Transactions
Report all transactions as of the end of the fiscal year reported in Part 1. (Please note: Internal Library usage is not considered part of circulation.)

CATALOGED BOOK CIRCULATION
4.1 Adult Fiction Books439 
 
4.2 Adult Non-fiction Books407 
 
4.3 Total Adult Books (Total questions 4.1 & 4.2)846 
 
4.4 Children's Fiction Books741 
 
4.5 Children's Non-fiction Books203 
 
4.6 Total Children's Books (Total questions 4.4 & 4.5)944 
 
4.7 Total Cataloged Book Circulation (Total question 4.3 & 4.6)1,790 
 
CIRCULATION OF OTHER MATERIALS
4.8 Circulation of Adult Other Materials1,303 
 
4.9 Circulation of Children's Other Materials167 
 
4.10 Total Circulation of Other Materials (Total questions 4.8, 4.9)1,470 
 
4.11 Physical Item Circulation (Total questions 4.7 & 4.10)3,260 
 
ELECTRONIC USE
4.12 Use of Electronic Material635 
 
4.13 Successful Retrieval of Electronic Information23 
 
4.14 Electronic Content Use (Total questions 4.12 & 4.13)658 
 
4.15 Total Circulation of Materials (Total questions 4.11 & 4.12)3,895 
 
4.16 Total Collection Use (Total questions 4.13 & 4.15)3,918 
 
4.17 Grand Total Circulation of Children's Materials (Total questions 4.6 & 4.9)1,111 
 
REFERENCE TRANSACTIONS
4.18 Total Reference Transactions270 
 
4.19 Does the library offer virtual reference?Y 
 
Interlibrary Loan
INTERLIBRARY LOAN - MATERIALS RECEIVED (BORROWED)
4.20 TOTAL MATERIALS RECEIVED539 
 
INTERLIBRARY LOAN - MATERIALS PROVIDED (LOANED)
4.21 TOTAL MATERIALS PROVIDED1,011 
 
 
5. TECHNOLOGY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Report all information as of December 31, 2019.

SYSTEMS AND SERVICES
5.1 Automated circulation system?Y 
 
5.2 Online public access catalog (OPAC)?Y 
 
5.3 Electronic access to the OPAC from outside the library?Y 
 
5.4 Annual number of visits to the library's web site3,623 
 
5.5 Does the library use Internet filtering software on any computer?Y 
 
5.6 Does your library use social media?N 
 
5.7 Does the library file for E-rate benefits?Y 
 
5.8 Is the library part of a consortium for E-rate benefits?Y 
 
5.9 If yes, in which consortium are you participating?Mid York Library System 
 
5.10 Name of the person responsible for the library's Information Technology (IT) servicesMelinda Supp 
 
5.11 IT contact's telephone number (enter 10 digits only and hit the Tab key)(315) 858-2874 
 
5.12 IT contact's email addressmsupp@midyork.org 
 
 
6. STAFF INFORMATION
Note: Report figures as of the last day of the fiscal year reported in Part 1. Include the FTE for all positions funded in the library's budget whether those positions are filled or not. This report requires conversion of part-time hours to full-time equivalents (FTE). To compute the FTE of employees in any category, take the total number of hours worked per week for all budgeted positions in that category and divide that total by the number of hours per week the library considers to be full-time. Report the FTE to two decimal places.

FTE (FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT CALCULATION)

6.1 The number of hours per workweek used to compute FTE for all paid library personnel in this section.20 
 
BUDGETED POSITIONS IN FULL-TIME EQUIVALENTS
6.2 Library Director (certified)0 
 
6.3 Vacant Library Director (certified)0 
 
6.4 Librarian (certified)0 
 
6.5 Vacant Librarian (certified)0 
 
6.6 Library Manager (not certified).75 
 
6.7 Vacant Library Manager (not certified)0 
 
6.8 Library Specialist/Paraprofessional (not certified)0 
 
6.9 Vacant Library Specialist/Paraprofessional (not certified)0 
 
6.10 Other Staff0.5 
 
6.11 Vacant Other Staff0 
 
6.12 TOTAL PAID STAFF (Total questions 6.2, 6.4, 6.6, 6.8 & 6.10)1.25 
 
6.13 VACANT TOTAL PAID STAFF (Total questions 6.3, 6.5, 6.7, 6.9 & 6.11)0.00 
 
SALARY INFORMATION
6.14 FTE - Entry Level Librarian (certified)0 
 
6.15 Salary - Entry Level Librarian (certified)$0 
 
6.16 FTE - Library Director (certified)0 
 
6.17 Salary - Library Director (certified)$0 
 
6.18 FTE - Library Manager (not certified).75 
 
6.19 Salary - Library Manager (not certified)$9,486 
 
 
7. MINIMUM PUBLIC LIBRARY STANDARDS (CURRENT)
Report all information as of December 31, 2019. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section.
7.1 1. Is governed by board-approved written bylaws which outline the responsibilities and procedures of the library board of trustees.Y 
 
7.2 2. Has a board-approved written long range plan of service.Y 
 
7.3 3. Presents a board-approved annual report to the community on the library's progress in meeting its goals and objectives.Y 
 
7.4 4. Has board-approved written policies for the operation of the library.Y 
 
7.5 5. Presents annually to appropriate funding agencies a written board-approved budget which would enable the library to meet or exceed these standards and to carry out its long-range plan of service.Y 
 
7.6 6. Periodically evaluates the effectiveness of the library's collection and services in meeting community needs.Y 
 
7.7 7. Is open the minimum standard number of public service hours for population served. (see instructions)Y 
 
8. Maintains a facility to meet community needs, including adequate:
7.8 8a. spaceY 
 
7.9 8b. lightingY 
 
7.10 8c. shelvingY 
 
7.11 8d. seatingY 
 
7.12 8e. restroom (see instructions)Y 
 
9. Provides equipment and connections to meet community needs and provide access to other library catalogs and other electronic information, including but not limited to the following:
7.13 9a. telephoneY 
 
7.14 9b. photocopier (see instructions)Y 
 
7.15 9c. microcomputer or terminalY 
 
7.16 9d. printerY 
 
7.17 9e. Fax capability (see instructions)Y 
 
7.18 10. Distributes board-approved printed information listing the library's hours open, borrowing rules, services, location and phone number.Y 
 
7.19 11. Employs a paid director in accordance with the provisions of Commissioner's Regulation 90.8.Y 
 
 
7. MINIMUM PUBLIC LIBRARY STANDARDS (AS OF 2021)

As of January 1, 2021 all public, free association and Indian libraries in New York State will be required to meet the minimum standards listed below. Please indicate which of these standards your library already meets as of December 31, 2019. This 2019 data will be helpful in informing statewide and regional efforts to ensure that all of New York's libraries are able to successfully comply with the new minimum standards. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section. Helpful information for meeting minimum public library standards is available on the State Library's website. Questions about the new standards should be directed to your library system.

1. Is governed by written bylaws which define the structure and governing functions of the library board of trustees, and which shall be reviewed and re-approved by the board of trustees at least once every five years or earlier if required by law.Y 
 
2. Has a community-based, board-approved, written long-range plan of service developed by the library board of trustees and staff.Y 
 
3. Provides a board-approved written annual report to the community on the library's progress in meeting its mission, goals and objectives, as outlined in the library's long-range plan of service.Y 
 
4. Has board-approved written policies for the operation of the library, which shall be reviewed and updated at least once every five years or earlier if required by law.Y 
 
5. Annually prepares and publishes a board-approved, written budget, which enables the library to address the community's needs, as outlined in the library's long-range plan of service.Y 
 
6. Periodically evaluates the effectiveness of the library's programs, services and collections to address community needs, as outlined in the library's long-range plan of service.Y 
 
7. Is open the minimum standard number of public service hours for population served. (see instructions)Y 
 
8.  Maintains a facility that addresses community needs, as outlined in the library's long-range plan of service, including adequate:
8a. spaceY 
 
8b. lightingY 
 
8c. shelvingY 
 
8d. seatingY 
 
8e. power infrastructureY 
 
8f. data infrastructureY 
 
8g. public restroomY 
 
9. Provides programming to address community needs, as outlined in the library's long-range plan of service.Y 
 
10.  Provides
10a. a circulation system that facilitates access to the local library collection and other library catalogsY 
 
10b. equipment, technology, and internet connectivity to address community needs and facilitate access to information. Y 
 
11. Provides access to current library information in print and online, facilitating the understanding of library services, operations and governance; information provided online shall include the standards referenced in numbers (1) through (5) above.Y 
 
12. Employs a paid director in accordance with the provisions of Commissioner's Regulation 90.8.Y 
 
13. Provides library staff with annual technology training, appropriate to their position, to address community needs, as outlined in the library's long-range plan of service. Y 
 
14. Establishes and maintains partnerships with other educational, cultural or community organizations which enable the library to address the community's needs, as outlined in the library's long-range plan of service.Y 
 
 
8. PUBLIC SERVICE INFORMATION
Report all information as of the end of the fiscal year reported in Part 1. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section.

PUBLIC SERVICE OUTLETS - Libraries reporting main libraries, branches and bookmobiles should complete Service Outlets Information in Part 9.

8.1 Main Library1 
 
8.2 Branches0 
 
8.3 Bookmobiles0 
 
8.4 Other Outlets0 
 
8.5 TOTAL PUBLIC SERVICE OUTLETS (Total questions 8.1 - 8.4)1 
 
PUBLIC SERVICE HOURS - Report hours to two decimal places.
8.6 Minimum Weekly Total Hours - Main Library20.00 
 
8.7 Minimum Weekly Total Hours - Branch Libraries0.00 
 
8.8 Minimum Weekly Total Hours - Bookmobiles0.00 
 
8.9 Minimum Weekly Total Hours - Total Hours Open (Total questions 8.6 - 8.8)20.00 
 
8.10 Annual Total Hours - Main Library1,197.00 
 
8.11 Annual Total Hours - Branch Libraries0.00 
 
8.12 Annual Total Hours - Bookmobiles0.00 
 
8.13 Annual Hours Open - Total Hours Open (Total questions 8.10 through 8.12)1,197.00 
 
 
9. SERVICE OUTLET INFORMATION
Report all information as of the end of the fiscal year reported in Part 1. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section.

NOTE: Libraries reporting Public Service Outlets in questions 8.1, 8.2 and 8.3 of Part 8 are required to complete this part of the Annual Report. Use this section to enter outlet information on main libraries, branches or bookmobiles. Complete one record for each main library, branch or bookmobile.

If you have multiple libraries, you may 1) enter the data for the Service Outlet Information section directly into the survey as usual or 2) send Baker and Taylor the data for this section to be uploaded into CollectConnect. If you choose to send your data for uploading, you must enter the data into the spreadsheet form available in the survey by clicking here

1. Outlet NameJordanville Public Library 
 
2. Outlet Name Status00 (for no change) 
 
3. Street Address189 MAIN STREET 
 
4. Outlet Street Address Status00 (for no change) 
 
5. CityJORDANVILLE 
 
6. Zip Code13361 
 
7. Phone (enter 10 digits only)(315) 858-2874 
 
8. Fax Number (enter 10 digits only)(315) 858-2874 
 
9. E-mail Addressjordanville@midyork.org 
 
10. Outlet URLhttp://jordanvillelibrary.org 
 
11. CountyHerkimer 
 
12. School DistrictOwen D. Young 
 
13. Library SystemMid York Library System 
 
14. Outlet Type Code (select one):CE 
 
15. Public Service Hours Per Year for This Outlet1,197 
 
16. Number of Weeks This Outlet is Open52 
 
17. Does this outlet have meeting space available for public use (non-library sponsored programs, meetings and/or events)?Y 
 
18. Is the meeting space available for public use even when the outlet is closed?Y 
 
19. Total number of non-library sponsored programs, meetings and/or events at this outlet4 
 
20. Enter the appropriate outlet code (select one):LO 
 
21. Who owns this outlet building?Library Board 
 
22. Who owns the land on which this outlet is built?Library Board 
 
23. Indicate the year this outlet was initially constructed1908 
 
24. Indicate the year this outlet underwent a major renovation costing $25,000 or moreN/A 
 
25. Square footage of the outlet1,250 
 
26. Number of internet computers at this outlet used by general public2 
 
27. Number of uses (sessions) of public Internet computers per year393 
 
28. Type of connection on the outlet's public Internet computersCable 
 
29. Maximum download speed of connection on the outlet's public Internet computers12 Greater than or equal to 1 gbps 
 
30. Maximum upload speed of connection on the outlet's public Internet computers8 Greater than or equal to 15 mbps and less than 25 mbps 
 
31. Internet ProviderSpectrum/Time Warner Cable 
 
32. WiFi AccessNo restrictions to access 
 
33. Number of wireless sessions provided by the library wireless service per year486 
 
34. Does the outlet have interactive videoconferencing capability for public use?N 
 
35. Does the outlet have a building entrance that is physically accessible to a person in a wheelchair?Y 
 
36. Is every public part of the outlet accessible to a person in a wheelchair?Y 
 
37. Does your outlet have a Makerspace?N 
 
38. LIBID3600213330 
 
39. FSCSIDNY0278 
 
40. Number of Bookmobiles in the Bookmobile Outlet Record0 
 
41. Outlet Structure Status00 (for no change from previous year) 
 
 
10. OFFICERS AND TRUSTEES
Trustees and Terms/Board President/Trustee Names
Report information about trustee meetings as of December 31, 2019. All public and association libraries are required by Education Law to hold at least four meetings a year.

BOARD MEETINGS
10.1 Total number of board meetings held during calendar year (January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019)15 
 
NUMBER OF TRUSTEES AND TERMS
10.2 Does your library have a range of trustees stated in the library's charter documents (incorporation)?Yes 
 
10.3 If yes, what is the range?5-15 
 
10.4 If your library has a range, how many voting positions are stated in the library's current by-laws?5 
 
10.5 If your library does not have a range, how many voting positions are stated in the library's charter documents (incorporation)?5 
 
10.6 Does your library's charter documents (incorporation) state a specified term for trustees? If no, please explain in a Note.Yes 
 
10.7 If yes, what is the trustee term length, as stated in your library's charter documents (incorporation)?3 years 
 
BOARD MEMBER SELECTION
10.8 Enter Board Member Selection Code (select one):EP - board members are elected in a public election 
 
List Officers and Board Members as of February 1, 2020. Complete one record for each board member. There must be a record for each voting position, whether filled or vacant. Do not include non-voting positions.

BOARD PRESIDENT

10.9 First NameLisa 
 
10.10 Last NameWilber 
 
10.11 Mailing Address2309 St. Rt. 80 
 
10.12 CityVan Hornesville 
 
10.13 Zip Code (5 digits only)13476 
 
10.14 Phone (enter 10 digits only)(315) 858-6309 
 
10.15 E-mail AddressJPLBoard2@gmaill.com 
 
10.16 Term Begins - MonthJuly 
 
10.17 Term Begins - Year (yyyy)2019 
 
10.18 Term Expires - MonthJuly 
 
10.19 Term Expires - Year (yyyy)2022 
 
10.20 Is the trustee serving a full term? If No, add a Note. The Note should identify the previous trustee whose unexpired term is being filled, and should identify the beginning and ending date of the unexpired previous trustee's term. Example: Trustee is filling the remainder of [name]'s term, which was to run from beginning date to ending date.Yes 
 
10.21 The date the Oath of Office was taken (mm/dd/yyyy)07/09/2019 
 
10.22 The date the Oath of Office was filed with town or county clerk (mm/dd/yyyy)07/10/2019 
 
10.23 Is this a brand new trustee?N 
 
You may 1) enter the data for the Officers and Board Members directly into the survey as usual or 2) send Baker and Taylor the data for this section to be uploaded into CollectConnect (but do not include the Board President—this information should still be entered directly into the survey). If you choose to send your data for uploading, you must enter the data into the spreadsheet form available here. Complete this form and email it to bibliostat@btol.com.
1. StatusFilled 
 
2. First Name of Board MemberGeorge 
 
3. Last Name of Board MemberMower 
 
4. Mailing Address167 Main St. 
 
5. CityJordanville 
 
6. Zip Code (5 digits only)13361 
 
7. E-mail addressJPLBoard4@gmail.com 
 
8. Office Held or TrusteeVice President 
 
9. Term Begins - MonthJuly 
 
10. Term Begins - Year (year)2019 
 
11. Term ExpiresJuly 
 
12. Term Expires - Year (yyyy)2022 
 
13. Is the trustee serving a full term? If No, add a Note. The Note should identify the previous trustee whose unexpired term is being filled, and should identify the beginning and ending date of the unexpired previous trustee's term. Example: Trustee is filling the remainder of [name]'s term, which was to run from beginning date to ending date.Yes 
 
14. The date the Oath of Office (mm/dd/yyyy) was taken07/09/2019 
 
15. The date the Oath of Office was filed with town or county clerk (mm/dd/yyyy)07/10/2019 
 
16. Is this a brand new trustee?Y 
 
 
1. StatusFilled 
 
2. First Name of Board MemberGarry  
 
3. Last Name of Board MemberAney 
 
4. Mailing Address892 Rock Hill Rd 
 
5. CityMohawk 
 
6. Zip Code (5 digits only)13407 
 
7. E-mail addressJPLBoard3@gmail.com 
 
8. Office Held or TrusteeFinancial Officer 
 
9. Term Begins - MonthJuly 
 
10. Term Begins - Year (year)2018 
 
11. Term ExpiresJuly 
 
12. Term Expires - Year (yyyy)2021 
 
13. Is the trustee serving a full term? If No, add a Note. The Note should identify the previous trustee whose unexpired term is being filled, and should identify the beginning and ending date of the unexpired previous trustee's term. Example: Trustee is filling the remainder of [name]'s term, which was to run from beginning date to ending date.Yes 
 
14. The date the Oath of Office (mm/dd/yyyy) was taken07/10/2018 
 
15. The date the Oath of Office was filed with town or county clerk (mm/dd/yyyy)07/11/2018 
 
16. Is this a brand new trustee?N 
 
 
1. StatusFilled 
 
2. First Name of Board MemberBarbara 
 
3. Last Name of Board MemberPoore 
 
4. Mailing Address1060 Wiltse Hill Rd 
 
5. CityJordanville 
 
6. Zip Code (5 digits only)13361 
 
7. E-mail addressJPLBoard6@gmail.com 
 
8. Office Held or TrusteeTrustee 
 
9. Term Begins - MonthJuly 
 
10. Term Begins - Year (year)2019 
 
11. Term ExpiresJuly 
 
12. Term Expires - Year (yyyy)2022 
 
13. Is the trustee serving a full term? If No, add a Note. The Note should identify the previous trustee whose unexpired term is being filled, and should identify the beginning and ending date of the unexpired previous trustee's term. Example: Trustee is filling the remainder of [name]'s term, which was to run from beginning date to ending date.Yes 
 
14. The date the Oath of Office (mm/dd/yyyy) was taken07/09/2019 
 
15. The date the Oath of Office was filed with town or county clerk (mm/dd/yyyy)07/10/2019 
 
16. Is this a brand new trustee?Y 
 
 
1. StatusFilled 
 
2. First Name of Board MemberDebra 
 
3. Last Name of Board MemberBronner 
 
4. Mailing Address2407 St. Rt. 80 
 
5. CityVan Hornesville 
 
6. Zip Code (5 digits only)13745 
 
7. E-mail addressJPLBoard7@gmail.com 
 
8. Office Held or TrusteeTrustee 
 
9. Term Begins - MonthDecember 
 
10. Term Begins - Year (year)2019 
 
11. Term ExpiresJuly 
 
12. Term Expires - Year (yyyy)2022 
 
13. Is the trustee serving a full term? If No, add a Note. The Note should identify the previous trustee whose unexpired term is being filled, and should identify the beginning and ending date of the unexpired previous trustee's term. Example: Trustee is filling the remainder of [name]'s term, which was to run from beginning date to ending date.No 
 
14. The date the Oath of Office (mm/dd/yyyy) was taken12/03/2019 
 
15. The date the Oath of Office was filed with town or county clerk (mm/dd/yyyy)12/04/2019 
 
16. Is this a brand new trustee?Y 
 
 
Trustee Education
1. Trustee NameGarry Aney 
 
2. Has the trustee participated in trustee education in the last calendar year (2019)?Y 
 
 
1. Trustee NameLisa Wilber 
 
2. Has the trustee participated in trustee education in the last calendar year (2019)?Y 
 
 
1. Trustee NameBarabara Poore 
 
2. Has the trustee participated in trustee education in the last calendar year (2019)?Y 
 
 
1. Trustee NameGeorge Mower 
 
2. Has the trustee participated in trustee education in the last calendar year (2019)?Y 
 
 
1. Trustee NameDebra Bronner 
 
2. Has the trustee participated in trustee education in the last calendar year (2019)?Y 
 
 
 
11. OPERATING FUNDS RECEIPTS
Local Public Funds/System Cash Grants/Other State Aid
Report financial data based on the fiscal reporting year reported in Part 1. ROUND TO THE NEAREST DOLLAR. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section.

LOCAL PUBLIC FUNDS
Specify by name the municipalities or school districts which are the source of funds.
11.1 Does the library receive any local public funds? If yes, complete one record for each taxing authority; if no, go to question 11.3.Y 
 
1. Source of FundsSchool District 
 
2. Name of funding County, Municipality or School DistrictOwen D. Young Central School 
 
3. Amount$28,400 
 
4. Subject to public vote held in reporting year or in a previous reporting year(s).Y 
 
5. Written Contractual Agreement Y 
 
 
1. Source of FundsTown 
 
2. Name of funding County, Municipality or School DistrictTown of Warren 
 
3. Amount$4,000 
 
4. Subject to public vote held in reporting year or in a previous reporting year(s).N 
 
5. Written Contractual Agreement Y 
 
 
1. Source of FundsCounty 
 
2. Name of funding County, Municipality or School DistrictHerkimer County 
 
3. Amount$1,591 
 
4. Subject to public vote held in reporting year or in a previous reporting year(s).N 
 
5. Written Contractual Agreement Y 
 
 
11.2 TOTAL LOCAL PUBLIC FUNDS$33,991 
 
SYSTEM CASH GRANTS TO MEMBER LIBRARY
11.3 Local Library Services Aid (LLSA)$1,431 
 
11.4 Central Library Aid (CLDA and/or CBA)$0 
 
11.5 Additional State Aid received from the System$3,000 
 
11.6 Federal Aid received from the System$0 
 
11.7 Other Cash Grants$0 
 
11.8 TOTAL SYSTEM CASH GRANTS (Add Questions 11.3, 11.4, 11.5, 11.6 and 11.7)$4,431 
 
OTHER STATE AID
11.9 State Aid other than LLSA, Central Library Aid (CLDA and/or CBA), or other State Aid reported as system cash grants$0 
 
Federal Aid/Other Receipts
FEDERAL AID FOR LIBRARY OPERATION
11.10 LSTA$0 
 
11.11 Other Federal Aid$0 
 
11.12 TOTAL FEDERAL AID (Add Questions 11.10 and 11.11)$0 
 
11.13 CONTRACTS WITH PUBLIC LIBRARIES AND/OR PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEMS IN NEW YORK STATE$0 
 
OTHER RECEIPTS
11.14 Gifts and Endowments$575 
 
11.15 Fund Raising$0 
 
11.16 Income from Investments$705 
 
11.17 Library Charges$232 
 
11.18 Other$117 
 
11.19 TOTAL OTHER RECEIPTS (Add Questions 11.14, 11.15, 11.16, 11.17 and 11.18)$1,629 
 
11.20 TOTAL OPERATING FUND RECEIPTS (Add Questions 11.2, 11.8, 11.9, 11.12, 11.13 and 11.19)$40,051 
 
11.21 BUDGET LOANS$0 
 
Transfers/Grant Total
TRANSFERS
11.22 From Capital Fund (Same as Question 14.8)$0 
 
11.23 From Other Funds$0 
 
11.24 TOTAL TRANSFERS (Add Questions 11.22 and 11.23)$0 
 
11.25 BALANCE IN OPERATING FUND - Beginning Balance for Fiscal Year Ending 2019 (Same as Question 12.40 of previous year if fiscal year has not changed)$15,520 
 
11.26 GRAND TOTAL RECEIPTS, BUDGET LOANS, TRANSFERS AND BALANCE (Add Questions 11.20, 11.21, 11.24 and 11.25; Same as Question 12.41)$55,571 
 
 
12. OPERATING FUND DISBURSEMENTS
Staff/Collection/Capital/Operation and Maintenance/Miscellaneous

Report financial data based on the fiscal reporting year reported in Part 1. ROUND TO THE NEAREST DOLLAR. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section.

STAFF EXPENDITURES

Salaries & Wages Paid from Library Funds

12.1 Certified Librarians$0 
 
12.2 Other Staff$16,326 
 
12.3 Total Salaries & Wages Expenditures (Add Questions 12.1 and 12.2)$16,326 
 
12.4 Employee Benefits Expenditures$3,039 
 
12.5 Total Staff Expenditures (Add Questions 12.3 and 12.4)$19,365 
 
COLLECTION EXPENDITURES
12.6 Print Materials Expenditures$1,256 
 
12.7 Electronic Materials Expenditures$95 
 
12.8 Other Materials Expenditures$104 
 
12.9 Total Collection Expenditures (Add Questions 12.6, 12.7 and 12.8)$1,455 
 
CAPITAL EXPENDITURES FROM OPERATING FUNDS
12.10 From Local Public Funds (71PF)$0 
 
12.11 From Other Funds (71OF)$0 
 
12.12 Total Capital Expenditures (Add Questions 12.10 and 12.11)$0 
 
OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF BUILDINGS

Repairs to Building & Building Equipment
12.13 From Local Public Funds (72PF)$0 
 
12.14 From Other Funds (72OF)$30 
 
12.15 Total Repairs (Add Questions 12.13 and 12.14)$30 
 
12.16 Other Disbursements for Operation & Maintenance of Buildings$5,748 
 
12.17 Total Operation & Maintenance of Buildings (Add Questions 12.15 and 12.16)$5,778 
 
MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES
12.18 Office and Library Supplies$507 
 
12.19 Telecommunications$5,412 
 
12.20 Binding Expenses$0 
 
12.21 Postage and Freight$181 
 
12.22 Professional & Consultant Fees$650 
 
12.23 Equipment$147 
 
12.24 Other Miscellaneous$719 
 
12.25 Total Miscellaneous Expenses (Add Questions 12.18, 12.19, 12.20, 12.21, 12.22, 12.23 and 12.24)$7,616 
 
Contracts/Debt Service/Transfers/Grand Total
12.26 CONTRACTS WITH PUBLIC LIBRARIES AND/OR PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEMS IN NEW YORK STATE$1,493 
 
DEBT SERVICE

Capital Purposes Loans (Principal and Interest)
12.27 From Local Public Funds (73PF)$0 
 
12.28 From Other Funds (73OF)$0 
 
12.29 Total (Add Questions 12.27 and 12.28)$0 
 
Other Loans
12.30 Budget Loans (Principal and Interest)$0 
 
12.31 Short-Term Loans$0 
 
12.32 Total Debt Service (Add Questions 12.29, 12.30 and 12.31)$0 
 
12.33 TOTAL OPERATING FUND DISBURSEMENTS (Add Questions 12.5, 12.9, 12.12, 12.17, 12.25, 12.26 and 12.32)$35,707 
 
TRANSFERS

Transfers to Capital Fund
12.34 From Local Public Funds (76PF)$0 
 
12.35 From Other Funds (76OF)$0 
 
12.36 Total Transfers to Capital Fund (Add Questions 12.34 and 12.35; same as Question 13.8)$0 
 
12.37 Transfer to Other Funds$0 
 
12.38 TOTAL TRANSFERS (Add Questions 12.36 and 12.37)$0 
 
12.39 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS AND TRANSFERS (Add Questions 12.33 and 12.38)$35,707 
 
12.40 BALANCE IN OPERATING FUND - Ending Balance for the Fiscal Year Ending 2019$19,864 
 
12.41 GRAND TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS, TRANSFERS & BALANCE (Add Questions 12.39 and 12.40; same as Question 11.26)$55,571 
 
ASSURANCE
12.42 The Library operated in accordance with all provisions of Education Law and the Regulations of the Commissioner, and assures that the "Annual Report" was reviewed and accepted by the Library Board on (date - mm/dd/yyyy). 
 
FISCAL AUDIT

12.43 Last audit performed (mm/dd/yyyy)N/A 
 
12.44 Time period covered by this audit (mm/dd/yyyy) - (mm/dd/yyyy)N/A 
 
12.45 Indicate type of audit (select one):N/A 
 
CAPITAL FUND
12.46 Does the library have a Capital Fund? Enter Y for Yes, N for No. If No, stop here. If Yes, complete the Capital Fund Report.Y 
 
 
13. CAPITAL FUND RECEIPTS
Report financial data based on the fiscal year reported in Part 1. ROUND TO THE NEAREST DOLLAR. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section.

REVENUES FROM LOCAL SOURCES
13.1 Revenues from Local Government Sources$0 
 
13.2 All Other Revenues from Local Sources$130 
 
13.3 Total Revenues from Local Sources (Add Questions 13.1 and 13.2)$130 
 
STATE AID FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS
13.4 State Aid Received for Construction$67,428 
 
13.5 Other State Aid$0 
 
13.6 Total State Aid (Add Questions 13.4 and 13.5)$67,428 
 
FEDERAL AID FOR CAPITAL PROJECTS
13.7 TOTAL FEDERAL AID$0 
 
INTERFUND REVENUE
13.8 Transfer from Operating Fund (Same as Question 12.36)$0 
 
13.9 TOTAL REVENUES (Add Questions 13.3, 13.6, 13.7 and 13.8)$67,558 
 
13.10 NON-REVENUE RECEIPTS$0 
 
13.11 TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS (Add Questions 13.9 and 13.10)$67,558 
 
13.12 BALANCE IN CAPITAL FUND - Beginning Balance for Fiscal Year Ending 2019 (Same as Question 14.11 of previous year, if fiscal year has not changed)$0  
 
13.13 TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS AND BALANCE(Add Questions 13.11 and 13.12; same as Question 14.12)$67,558 
 
 
14. CAPITAL FUND DISBURSEMENTS

Report financial data based on the fiscal reporting year reported in Part 1. ROUND TO THE NEAREST DOLLAR. Please click here to read general instructions before completing this section.

PROJECT EXPENDITURES

14.1 Construction$0 
 
14.2 Incidental Construction$286 
 
Other Disbursements
14.3 Purchase of Buildings$0 
 
14.4 Interest$0 
 
14.5 Collection Expenditures$0 
 
14.6 Total Other Disbursements (Add Questions 14.3, 14.4 and 14.5)$0 
 
14.7 TOTAL PROJECT EXPENDITURES (Add Questions 14.1, 14.2 and 14.6)$286 
 
14.8 TRANSFER TO OPERATING FUND (Same as Question 11.22)$0 
 
14.9 NON-PROJECT EXPENDITURES$0 
 
14.10 TOTAL CASH DISBURSEMENTS AND TRANSFERS (Add Questions 14.7, 14.8 and 14.9)$286 
 
14.11 BALANCE IN CAPITAL FUND - Ending Balance for the Fiscal Year Ending 2019$67,272 
 
14.12 TOTAL CASH DISBURSEMENTS AND BALANCE (Add Questions 14.10 and 14.11; same as Question 13.13)$67,558 
 
 
15. CENTRAL LIBRARIES
PART 15 EXISTS FOR THE CENTRAL/CO-CENTRAL LIBRARIES ONLY. PLEASE PROCEED TO SECTION 16. FEDERAL TOTALS AND CONTINUE ON WITH YOUR SURVEY
 
16. FEDERAL TOTALS
All questions in Part 16 are calculated, locked fields.
Note: See instructions for definitions and calculations of each of these Federal Totals.
16.1 Total ALA-MLS0.00 
 
16.2 Total Librarians0.38 
 
16.3 All Other Paid Staff0.25 
 
16.4 Total Paid Employees0.63 
 
16.5 State Government Revenue$4,431 
 
16.6 Federal Government Revenue$0 
 
16.7 Other Operating Revenue$1,629 
 
16.8 Total Operating Revenue$40,051 
 
16.9 Other Operating Expenditures $14,887 
 
16.10 Total Operating Expenditures$35,707 
 
16.11 Total Capital Expenditures$286 
 
16.12 Print Materials7,589 
 
16.13 Total Registered Borrowers574 
 
16.14 Other Capital Revenue and Receipts$130 
 
16.15 Total Number of Internet Terminals Used by the General Public2 
 
16.16 Total Uses (sessions) of Public Internet Computers Per Year393 
 
16.17 Total Wireless Sessions Provided by the Library Wireless Service Per Year486 
 
16.18 Total Capital Revenue$67,558 
 
 
17. FOR NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY USE ONLY
17.1 LIB ID3600213330 
 
17.2 Interlibrary Relationship CodeME 
 
17.3 Legal Basis CodeLD 
 
17.4 Administrative Structure CodeSO 
 
17.5 FSCS Public Library DefinitionY 
 
17.6 Geographic CodeSD1 
 
17.7 FSCS IDNY0278 
 
17.8 SED CODE800000056280 
 
17.9 INSTITUTION ID800000056280 
 
 
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