Friday, December 19, 2014

Library Advocacy Headline of the Day

The 5 contenders for 2 seats:
  • Christian Barcelona.  The Internet policy dispute made him do it.  ("The library is a place where children come to learn, and I don't think there should be any chance they'd be exposed to adult material.") 
  • Charles Jason Kaple.  "It's a very emotional issue that needs to be looked at rationally.  I'm a very strong believer in First Amendment rights, but whether that means they did all they could to prevent the things we all want to prevent, I'd need more information."
  • Salvatore LoMonaco.  "Orland Park is a community that's very family-oriented, and I want to see it stay that way.  But I want to see what the issues really are, what solutions they explored and see if perhaps I can give some common-sense ideas."  (Retiring Guy notes that he's frequently seen that underlined adjective of late.)
  • Joanna Leafblad.  (Not quoted.)
  • Joshua Rogers.  (Not quoted.)

Related posts: 
OPPL's revised Internet policy.  (1/1/2014)
Orland Park Public Library Trustee Position Description.  (12/5/2013)
The Orland Park Public Library fights back.  (12/5/2013)
Excedrin headache moment at the Orland Park Public Library.  (11/25/2013)
At least this headline doesn't include the words "library" AND "porn".  (11/19/2013)
Mayor offers a suggestion in Orland Park Public Library Internet controversy.  (11/17/2013)
A closer look at the Orland Park Public Library board president resignation.  (11/15/2013)
Amping up the controversy in Orland Park.  (11/12/2013)
Notes and Whatnot on "Challenges in Governance" (Library Style).  (11/8/2013)
The Orland Park Public Library's computer lab a "pervert's dream".  (11/5/2013)

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