Woodstock voters will decide November 3 on a $5.8-million bond to fund a 12,500-square-foot library building, with an additional “soft” costs of just over a million dollars budgeted to come from a fundraising campaign. In a series of resolutions passed at the August 20 meeting, trustees declared the project will not have a significant environmental impact, set the project cost at $6.995 million, and crafted language for the bonding referendum . . .
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