It seems as if a lot of what is in here is common sense. Her message seems to be: if you want to get involved in the community, you have to learn about it (hello! isn't this written for librarians, people who know how to aquire information) and then to actually do something. once we do this, the library can take a more prominent place (and, as McCook might say, its rightful place) in the development of the community.
I guess that what I am trying to say/get at, is that a lot of her suggestions seem to introduce ideas already part of library education (well, at least here at slis). I don't feel as if she is telling me something new, and I expect everything I read to tell me something new (even if it is just a little bit of newness or new perspective).