With the recent challenges to the property of the Barrington Area Library, which could affect the future financial integrity of the Barrington Area Library District, the election of three trustees to the Library Board on April 2, 2019 is more important than ever.

 

Meet the Candidates

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Carrie Carr: A resident for over 21 years, was first elected to the Library Board in 2013.

Barbara Pintozzi: She has been a resident for over 25 years and has served on the Library Board since 2007

Carolyn Welch Clifford: A resident of Barrington since 1993 and a Library Trustee since 2000, is a municipal attorney who primarily represents firefighter/police pension funds.

Our Plan

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Our plan provides guidance and support so our award winning and cutting-edge Barrington Area Public Library is the library of the future.

Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the most important issue facing the Barrington Public Library District?

Why did the majority of the Library Board decide to cease negotiations to sell its property?

What are our findings from the Lake Zurich Road Realignment Proposal?


We endorse all three [Carrie Carr, Barbara Pintozzi and Carolyn Welch Clifford] for re-election. They’ve helped oversee the continued successful evolution of the library and participated in the board’s strong hire of Jesse Henning, the library’s widely regarded executive director. Each of the three clearly possesses a love of the library and a well-conceived vision of its future. It would be a shame to lose all of that.
— Daily Herald (3/6/19)