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The evaluation of CSL's LSTA Five-Year Plan 2013-2017 is now available. The independent reviewers found that CSL partly achieved Goal 1 and achieved Goal 2, and they noted: "If there is a phrase to characterize [CSL's] strategy, that phrase is 'building on our strengths.'"

DLD Staff Directory

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Dawn La Valle
Division Director
Fax: 860-757-6503

Lynette Baisden
Administrative Assistant
Division of Library Development
Fax: 860-757-6503

Maria Bernier
LSTA Coordinator

Grace Burchard
Library Technical Assistant

Steve Cauffman
requestIT CT Coordinator

Judy Crooks
Circulation / ILL

Eric Hansen
eGO and researchIT CT Coordinator

Gail Hurley
Library Development Consultant

Walter Magnavice, Jr.
deliverIT CT Supervisor
deliverIT CT
860-566-1100 x 306

Tom Newman
Statistics & Grant Administration

Diane Stielau
Library Aide

Linda Williams
Children’s Services Consultant

The Division of Library Development (DLD) provides leadership, funding, education, and statewide services that enhance a local library's ability to deliver high-quality library service to their community.

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Hartford, CT 06106

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786 South Main St.
Middletown, CT 06457
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