Library provides a ‘vital and valuable resource’ for the community

To the Editor,I am writing in support of the millage increase for the Tecumseh District Library that will be on the ballot on May 7th. The nominal increase will mean that the library can continue to operate regular hours and offer all of the excellent materials and services that are currently available. This includes not only books, CDs, DVDs and video games (think of the cost of buying these items versus being able to borrow them for free), but also all of the community programs such as story time for children, the summer reading program, tween and teen activities, book clubs, computer classes, and occasional speakers brought in for interesting and entertaining presentations on a variety of topics. If the millage does not pass, it will mean reduced hours and services for all library patrons. Please consider what a vital and valuable resource the library is to our community when you cast your vote on May 7th.Pamela C. PattersonTecumseh

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