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Voters Approve Middleburgh Library Budget, Three Trustees Elected

Written By Editor on 4/25/14 | 4/25/14


With slightly under one hundred residents voting in Tuesday's Middleburgh Library Board election, the community-oriented organization's 2014-15 fiscal year public budget was approved by 80% of voters; only sixteen no votes were cast.

The budget's approval will result in a 7% increase in taxes for local residents, which will equal out to roughly $2-$4 per household, depending on where they reside in the Middleburgh Central School District.

In addition to approving the proposed budget, local residents also elected three new members to the Library Board of Trustees - Rebecca Young-Cherizard, Susan London, and Timothy Knight - who will replace retiring incumbent Carol Coltrain and fill two recently created positions. 
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1 comments:

Anne McCormack said...

sad for that slightly under one hundred residents voted . actually shameful when there a lot more resident in this town..

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