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Ethics Policy 2016

Oregon Trail Library District

Ethics Policy

 

District employees and volunteers are considered public officials under Oregon law and are subject to Oregon Government Ethics Laws. When acting in their official capacity, employees and volunteers may not use District time, equipment, or services for their personal benefit, the benefit of a relative of the employee or volunteer as defined by Oregon law, the benefit of a member of the employee’s or volunteer's household, or the benefit of a business with which the employee or volunteer, a relative of the employee or volunteer, or a member of the employee’s or volunteer's household is associated.

When not acting in their official capacity, employees and volunteers are welcome to use District services with the same privileges and responsibilities as the general public.

They also may not use information they learned through their official capacity for personal gain unless that information is available to the general public.

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New Book List – August 2018

 

Fiction:

 

Hunted Wolf – T. T. Flynn

The Woman in the Woods – John Connolly

They Come in All Colors – Malcolm Hansen

Fruit of the Drunken Tree – Ingrid Rojas Contreras

The Patchwork Bride – Sandra Dallas

The Tuscan Child – Rhys Bowen

Tangerine – Christine Mangan

Stay Hidden – Paul Doiron

Evil Never Sleeps – William W. Johnstone

Adjustment Day – Chuck Palahniuk

Non-Fiction:

 

Dimensional Tuck Knitting – Tracy Purtscher

What Happened – Hillary Rodham Clinton

Jewelry Making with Resin – Theresa Abelew

Fire and Fury – Michael Wolff

Spanish Non-Fiction:

Dos Siglos de Poesía Mexicana parte 1, Del Siglo XIX al Comienzo del XX : Antología

                                                    &

Dos Siglos de Poesía Mexicana parte 2, El Siglo XX : Antología

                               by Juan Domingo Argüelles