The Peace Library Board has established an Executive Committee to govern the System by establishing and monitoring the long-term direction of the System through policy development. The Executive Committee carries on the work of the Board at those times when the Board does not meet. It fulfills the function of the Board with full powers between Board meetings.
As required by library legislation the Executive Committee includes a maximum of 10 members when the number of members of the Board is more than 20. It consists of one member for any municipal jurisdiction serving a population in excess of 15,000 people (the City of Grande Prairie and the County of Grande Prairie), and eight additional representatives from the Board membership at large.
Executive Committee Members (as of January, 2020):
The Personnel Committee recommends policies on human resources to the Board, recommends a performance appraisal system for the Director, and renders a decision in the grievance procedure as outlined in the Personnel Policy. It consists of five members with a minimum of one and a maximum of two of the five committee members coming from the Executive Committee.
Personnel Committee Members (as of November, 2019):
The Plan of Service Committee recommends changes to the System's Bylaws and Policies or to the services offered by the System. It ensures that the System meets its legislative requirements as set out by the Libraries Regulation. The committee consists of five members with a minimum of one and a maximum of two of the five committee members coming from the Executive Committee.
Plan of Service Committee Members (as of November, 2019):