The New Mexico State Library Commission was created in 1975 and is composed of five members. Four members of the commission are appointed by the governor from among resident citizens of the state interested in and informed with regard to library conditions. The appointees represent different sections of the state. The fifth member is appointed by the New Mexico Public Education Department.
The commission provides advice, upon request of the state librarian, on matters and duties of the State Library and any other issues related to libraries in New Mexico.
The commission shall have a minimum of four meetings or hearings per year and are open to the public. All minutes of the commission are public records, and may be examined upon request. Officers of the commission are chairperson and vice-chairperson. Officers are elected annually, at the first meeting held at the beginning of the fiscal year.
Those interested in serving on the New Mexico State Library Commission should complete an application found here.
October 21, 11am, in person at the NMLA conference, Albuquerque Marriott Pyramid North
Agendas & Minutes
October 1, 2021 Agenda / Draft Minutes
April 28, 2016 attachments:
Term Expires: 6/30/2020
| Melissa Armijo
Public Education Department Representative
Term Expires 2027