Grandview Heights Public Library

aka GHPL   |   Columbus, OH   |  www.ghpl.org
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Mission

The Grandview Library is committed to becoming a center for activities which enrich and expand the minds and lives of those who participate as patrons whether in our building or from home or office via their computer. The Library strives to provide a well-trained, professional staff that anticipates and readily responds to the needs and requests of the community. We want to be a place where cultural experiences can happen and where stimulating ideas can be exchanged. Our purpose is to inspire the community to seek answers and to experiment with new ideas and interests. We provide free access to information that is practical and useful to the consumer. To accomplish this we seek to provide the best technology and most up-to-date resources available to us. We seek to strengthen cooperative ventures with the schools and other centers of the community and to serve as a motivating force by calling attention to the rich and varied resources found at the Library.

Ruling year info

1924

Principal Officer

Ms. Carol Pelz

Main address

1685 W First Ave

Columbus, OH 43212

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EIN

31-6401359

NTEE code info

Libraries, Library Science (B70)

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We provide free access to information that is practical and useful to the consumer. To accomplish this we seek to provide the best technology and most up-to-date resources available to us. We seek to strengthen cooperative ventures with the schools and other centers of the community and to serve as a motivating force by calling attention to the rich and varied resources found at the Library.

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Grandview Heights Public Library

Board of directors
as of 2/1/2006
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

Deborah Sisinger

Alphonse P. Cincione

John Evans

Dr. Edgar T. Shaudys

Teri A. Williams

Sharon F. Voelker

Eugene R. King