Woodstock Library seeks civil dialogue

Woodstock Library officials heard more criticism of their plans for a $1.5 million annex at their May 15 meeting. In stark contrast to recent meetings, only a handful of people showed up to express their views.

Trustees had planned to discuss retaining a public relations firm to handle an information campaign for the project, but that agenda item was scrapped in favor of soliciting local talent instead. As a first step, the trustees announced they will hold a public meeting, 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, June 8 at the Town Hall, 76 Tinker Street.

Library board President . . .


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