A new library is a generational #win for a community. It means that people will have a new space in which to access collections, programming, computers and emerging technology, and the librarians who make it all happen. A new building is an enhanced center of learning and an incubator of ideas for individuals as well as businesses. And a new library shows that this community has roots, a pride of place in which to raise families and grow together as neighbors.
That’s why EveryLibrary is backing “Citizens for a New Shorewood-Troy” library in suburban Chicago as they campaign to get a .13 cents per thousand Levy Lift passed on April 9th, 2013. This levy will generate the millions of dollars needed to build a 21st century library. If it passes it means a brighter future for the community. We stand with the community as we back this, our second ballot measure. Click through for more info and be inspired at what this community sees for its own future - through a new library.
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