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The Revere Public Library is dedicated to meeting the recognized and perceived recreation, information and educational needs of the community through providing access to traditional and modern library materials and services.
The Revere Public Library seeks to provide popular and educational materials in a variety of formats for library patrons of all ages through its own collection and through cooperative borrowing agreements as a member of NOBLE (The North of Boston Library Exchange) and its association with the MLS (The Massachusetts Library System).
The Revere Public Library’s services are provided free of charge to all and its Director, Staff and Board of Trustees fully support The American Library Association Bill of Rights in carrying out the library’s mission.
The Revere Public Library is governed by a Board of Trustees who are appointed by the Mayor of Revere.
The Board of Library Trustees consists of Eight members.
Six members serve a term of three years each. The remaining two trustees are chosen by The Mayor from among the membership of the Friends of the Revere Public Library. Each of these trustees serves a one year term.
The Library Trustees are:
Mark Ferrante / Acting Director / Treasurer
Frank Schettino / Chairman
Darlene Cammarata / Secretary
Paul J. Ring