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Dryden Southworth Library Asking For Public Funding

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Dryden’s Southworth Library announced that for the first time in its 139-year history, it will ask for public funding through a public vote during Dryden school budget voting, May 17 from 7am to 9pm at the Dryden Highschool.

The proposition does add a small tax for residents, based on the assessed property value at a rate of $.0564 per $1000, it comes out to under $10 a year for the average household.

Voters will decide the $50-thousand annual funding proposal, which is not part of the school budget and does not affect school funding.

You can find additional information on the Library’s website HERE

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