FARMINGTON -- How old is the Davis County Library logo?
"Our logo is so old the electronic copy is on a floppy disk," said Jerry Meyer, Davis County library assistant director.
The current logo was designed sometime in the 1990s, Meyer said, so library officials have decided to get a new look.
Meyer told the Davis County Commission on Tuesday that the library has entered into an agreement with Tooza Design to create a new logo for the library. The new logo will appear on the library's website as well as stationary and employees' business cards.
A more immediate reason for the logo change is that the new look will coincide with the new administration building being constructed in Farmington, which will include the library headquarters. Because the headquarters will have a new address, the business cards and stationary need to be updated, so it made sense to update the logo, too.
During Tuesday's meeting, Commissioner P. Bret Millburn asked Meyer how library officials had chosen Tooza Design.
"We interviewed four companies and made a unanimous judgment," Meyer said.
The commission approved the agreement, which will pay Tooza Design $5,500 for the design of the new logo.
The commission also approved the spending of $5,379 to replace the oak trim on several desks in the Central Branch library in Layton.
"The money in the library budget is planned for things like that," said Commissioner Louenda H. Downs.
"It's something that needs to be replaced," said Luke Love, Davis County facilities management assistant director. Love said normal wear-and-tear and kids climbing on the desks have made replacement necessary. The agreement is with Legacy Mill, a company Love said has worked with the county on bookshelves in the public works department.