Meeting Recordings and Transcriptions

Per the policy of the board, videoconferencing will be used to enable the attendance of trustees and public access to the open meeting. Videoconferencing will only be utilized when a library trustee is unable to attend in person OR when access is requested by a member of the public.

The public can view and/or participate in the meeting by arriving at Naples Library or by contacting

Those attending via videoconference may engage in the same public participation or testimony as in-person participation or testimony during the opening of the meeting and following the Public Comment section of the Open Meetings Policy found in the Naples Library Public Comment Policy.

The meeting shall be recorded and transcribed, and the recording shall be posted on the System’s website within five business days following the meeting and shall remain so available for a minimum of five years thereafter.

Consistent with the Naples Library’s mission to serve its community, the trustees’ use of videoconferencing shall utilize technology to permit access by members of the public with disabilities consistent with the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Questions regarding accommodations can be directed to Kendyl Litwiller-Sutherby,

You can access meeting recordings and transcriptions here.