OCL Commission chooses new chair

Sal Baglio was chosen to chair the Ocean County Library Commission for 2014.

Sal Baglio was chosen to chair the Ocean County Library Commission for 2014.

The Ocean County Library Commission chose Commissioner Salvatore J. Baglio to serve as its 2014 Chairperson.

Baglio first joined the library commission in May 2011.

“It is a privilege to serve as Chairman, considering that the library has been such a big influence in my life – from my first visits in Toms River through my adult life,” he said.  “I hope that I can share that experience as the library continues its tradition of connecting everyone in Ocean County. The next evolution may be digital, but it is still about the connections among our family, friends, and neighbors.”

 “The Commission’s 2014 goals will be to work through the ambitious objectives in our recent Strategic Plan 2013-2017, continue to maintain our 21 first-class libraries and collections, and accelerate the digital library experience for our patrons,” he said.

Baglio is a lifelong Ocean County resident. He graduated from St. Joseph High School, Toms River, and Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa. He resides in Manahawkin.

Baglio is currently a Program Manager for MTG Services Inc., Lakehurst and has a background in naval aviation and information technology management.

Other library commissioners include Bonnie R. Peterson who serves as Vice Chairperson, Susan L. Hutler, Henry J. Mancini, James T. Mullins and Ruthanne Scaturro.

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