Greater Victoria library board names Saanich resident vice-chair

The Greater Victoria Public Library announced its 2015 board of directors on Jan. 22

The Greater Victoria Public Library announced its 2015 board of directors on Jan. 22.

At the board’s inaugural meeting on Jan. 19, Oak Bay Coun. Kevin Murdoch was elected board chair, and Saanich citizen representative Anne Kirkaldy was elected vice-chair.

Other Saanich representatives include Greg Bunyan, Karen Potts, Donna Curtis and Coun. Dean Murdock.

In a statement, Murdoch said the GVPL board will develop a new strategic plan over the coming year.

Board members are tasked with balancing the budget while maintaining and increasing hundreds of programs and courses run throughout the year.

See the complete list of library board members online at

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