a. EMPLOYEE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
CPL volunteers must comply with all applicable CPL policies and procedures; therefore, personnel policies referring to employees also apply to volunteers.Volunteers are not eligible to receive any remuneration, benefit package, or worker’s compensation benefits. Volunteers will work under the direction of a CPL employee at all times.
The CPL Director will provide resources and personnel for the active recruitment of, orientation of, and maintenance of a cadre of volunteers.
c. REPORTING & PROGRAM EVALUATION
The CPL Director will report on volunteer activities, contributions,and program effectiveness. A presentation will be made to the Board of Trustees at least annually.
a. USE OF MATERIALS
Materials in the Heritage Room have been donated and collected through the years to enhance knowledge and information about Corona and its environs. Materials may be copied for personal use but use beyond that - for publication or commercial public display - are subject to the approval of the Board of Trustees with whatever stipulations they may require, and the payment of a usage charge beyond any regular fees for reproduction.
Materials will be acquired through internal transfer, donation, deposit and purchase. Donations of materials and funds are essential to maintaining and developing the Heritage Room collection. Grant funding is also sought. The decision to select and preserve records of historical value is the responsibility of the librarian in charge of the Heritage Room. The Library Director retains the right to determine if a donation is not an appropriate addition to the Heritage Room.