The Mount Kisco Public Library has a new director, according to tonight's Mount Kisco Village Board of Trustees meeting agenda packet.
Kathryn Feeley takes the top administrative job starting today, a letter from the library's board of trustees to the village board states.
The switch to Mount Kisco means going from a big city to a small village. Her experience included years in Cleveland's public library, including serving as manager for two of the system's branches.
The Mount Kisco library had been without an official director since Susan Reilly left about a year ago to take a similar job at Mamaroneck's library.
"Throughout the long recruiting process, Kathryn impressed the board with her passion for libraries," the letter to the village board notes.
Word of a new director is on the village board's agenda, under the village manager's reports.
Other agenda items include event requests from the Italian American Club of Northern Westchester for its annual Columbus Day weekend celebration and car show (for Oct. 12-13) and from the Mount Kisco Little League for its annual spring parade (for April 27).
Additionally, a request for Mount Kisco to join the Mid-Hudson Regional Sustainability Plan will be discussed. The plan, spearheaded by the Town of Greenburgh and Orange County, involves working to combat climate change.
The village board's meeting starts tonight at 7:30 p.m., at village hall. Click here for the full agenda and its packet.