L’Anse Library millage proposal on ballot

by Chris Ford

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COMMUNITY FUNCTIONS–The L’Anse Library serves for a variety of programs and events. Backers hope to bring a steady stream of programs and activities, such as Story Time, above, on the first and third Thursdays.

 

Baraga County voters will have more than just the statewide Proposal 15-1 to decide when heading to the polls Tuesday, May 5, 2015. The ballot will also contain a county-wide library millage proposal. Covington Township constituents will also decide on the renewal of both a fire and ambulance question as well as the renewal of a recreation proposition (see separate story). Backers of the Baraga County Public Library are asking the electorate to support a half-mill, five-year proposal–2015-2019 inclusive, with funds specifically earmarked for general operation and maintenance of the existing public library. The generated revenue is estimated at approximately $121,400 for the first year. To read more, subscribe to the L’Anse Sentinel online, or buy a print copy at our local retailers..

Filed in: Baraga County, News

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