The Woodstock Public Library has launched a capital campaign to raise funds for a possible acquisition of the former Library Laundromat, which the library envisions as an annex that would provide space for computer-related instruction for residents and meetings by community groups.
In a February 8 interview Stuart Auchincloss, the newly elected president of the library district’s 11-member board of trustees, reported that Ulster County, which seized the laundromat property in lieu of unpaid taxes, plans to sell it at . . .
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