2017 Candidate Interview: Melissa “Missy” Mark for Baldwin Library Board in Birmingham

2017 Candidate Interview: Melissa “Missy” Mark for Baldwin Library Board in Birmingham

(Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 13, 2017)

Birmingham, MI – Melissa “Missy” Mark is one of four candidates running for three seats on the Baldwin Public Library Board in Birmingham.  Also on the Nov. 7, 2017 ballot are Ashley Aidenbaum, Mike Kroll and Frank Pisano.

Mark  has worked for both the Baldwin and the Berkley Libraries as well as served on the Friends of the Library Board and a volunteer with the annual Books and Bites fundraiser.

When asked why people should vote for her, Mark said “I think I’m probably the best candidate because of my background.  I have a business degree.  I have a library degree. I’ve volunteered here. I’ve been on the volunteer board for at least ten years. And I’ve been coming to the board meetings once I decided to run, so I’ve tried to get involved and up to speed on what’s happening, what are the issues.  And I’m also working on the fundraisers again, as I have previously. So I think all of that combines to make a very good candidate.

Hear more of what Mark had to say:

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