Library Director Clark to retire from Ilsley

MIDDLEBURY — Ilsley Public Library Board of Trustees Chair Sandra Carletti has announced that David Clark, library director, will retire March 15, 2013.
“The town of Middlebury has been fortunate to have David Clark as library director,” said Carletti, speaking for the board. “Over the last 16 years, David has approached all aspects of library operations with confidence, a high level of competence and a desire to provide excellent library services for the Middlebury community and beyond.”
Clark began his career in 1973 in Harford County Public Library in Maryland, then worked in Telford, Pa., and finally as a regional librarian for the Vermont Department of Libraries before assuming his current position in 1996.
The trustees will appoint a selection committee to find a new director.

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