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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 – February 2019




Bright Young Dead – Jessica Fellowes

Moondust Lake – T. Davis Bunn

The Range Detectives – William W. Johnstone

Button Man – Andrew Gross

Homeward Hound: A Novel – Rita Mae Brown

An Absolutely Remarkable Thing – Hank Green

Final Shadows – Kay Hooper

The Blood – E. S. Thomson

A Lady's Guide to Selling Out – Sally Franson

The Daisy Children – Sofia Grant

A Time of Love and Tartan – Alexander McCall Smith

Jigger Bunts: A Western Story – Max Brand

Time's Convert – Deborah E. Harkness


Bob Langrish's World of Horses: A Master Photographer's Lifefelong Quest to Capture the Most Magnificent Horses in the World – Bob Langrish

Basketball: A Love Story – Jackie MacMullan

Weaving on a Little Loom: Techniques, Patterns, and Projects for Beginners – Fiona Daly

Crepe Paper Flowers: The Beginner's Guide to Making & Arranging Beautiful Blooms – Lia Griffith


Mejora tu Salud de Poquito a Poco: Una Guía Completa de Bienestar Para Ti y Tu Familia – Juan J. Rivera