Minneapolis

Ramsey County library director resigns after less than 6 months

2022-08-05 11:20:25 –

In less than six months, the Ramsay County librarian will be stepping down and returning to his old job.

Jake Grassing said in an interview that he will return to the Scott County Library’s directorship starting Monday, but that role will include new initiatives.

Friday is the last day for Grassing in Ramsey County.

“I’ve been proud of my time in Ramsey County and proud to be a part of that organization, but I’m excited about the opportunity in Scott County.

In his role as director of Ramsey County, Grussing was earning $81.07 an hour, or $168,000 a year, according to a county spokesperson.

Glassing Launched in Ramsay County in March, it has an annual operating budget of $12 million and 99 full-time employees working in seven suburban branches.

In an email to staff, Mr. Glassing said he decided to leave “after much thought and discussion with his family.”

“This is a unique opportunity for me to help establish and lead a new division there,” the email said. “I recognize that my departure will be another turmoil for a department that has experienced more than its share in recent years.”

Grussing, 39, has worked at the Scott County Library since 2013. Prior to that, he worked at the Great River Regional Library in St. Cloud, where he was promoted to Deputy Director. He lives in St. Paul with his wife and children.

Deputy Director of Ramsey County Libraries, according to county emails pan yang I am currently in a leadership role.

The Ramsey County Library will distribute approximately 2 million materials in 2020 and has chapters in Roseville, Maplewood, Shoreview, New Brighton, Moundsview, North St. Paul and White Bear Lake.

Ramsey County library director resigns after less than 6 months Source link Ramsey County library director resigns after less than 6 months

Back to top button