Library Trustees VOTE TO KILL LIBRARY WARRANT ARTICLE

The library trustees met this morning at 8AM for a “work session.” I had not seen the meeting posted over the weekend so I did not go.

What did the trustees decide to do about the library article debacle, which surely was the topic of their meeting? I hope they will let us know soon. I will update this post with new information, if I get it.

If you know anything, please leave a comment.


Update from Mark Howard, in a comment below:

Max, I heard about the meeting but did not attend. According to an email I received from Christie Sarles…

The Trustees voted unanimously this morning to table the addition/renovation project for this Town Meeting.

Christie, for anyone who doesn’t know, is the librarian. Mark is the chairman of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, and involved in various other ways in town, such as the conservation commission and the Tuftonboro Association.

Update from Paul Matlock, library trustee:

Draft minutes from this morning’s library trustees meeting.

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4 thoughts on “Library Trustees VOTE TO KILL LIBRARY WARRANT ARTICLE

  1. Max, I heard about the meeting but did not attend. According to an email I received from Christie Sarles…

    “The Trustees voted unanimously this morning to table the addition/renovation project for this Town Meeting.”

  2. It’s sad that the article won’t be voted on this year. However, it was the correct decision. Given the polarization in this town moving forward at this point isn’t worth the battle. Good call library trustees.

    I’m looking forward to seeing what the voters collectively have to say about who will fill the open positions. When will the final results be tallied?

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