Interested and eligible citizens of League City can now apply to be considered for the recently created contentious seven-member Library Community Standards Review Committee, which is tasked with reviewing library materials challenged by local residents.

Three members of the committee will be drawn from the library board, whereas the other three committee positions are open for application, Community Impact previously reported.

Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements to be considered for the committee, according to the application and information statement for the committee:
  • Either have a bachelor's degree in childhood education from an accredited institution or at minimum two years of experience as an educator for grades K-12;
  • Be a resident of League City for at least 1-year;
  • Able to serve a two-year term;
  • Registered as a voter of the city;
  • Owe no money to the city, such as taxes, utilities or other items;
  • Have no pending claims against the city;
  • Be unrelated to any City Council members;
  • Have no conflict of interest; and
  • Have no conviction for a felony or crime involving moral turpitude.
Interested citizens can find the application and information sheet here for more information. Furthermore, the application is not considered completed until it is sent to the city secretary.