TDL is ‘shining example’ of a ‘healthy and robust’ community

To the Editor,Would you want to live in a town without a library? We wouldn’t! Just realizing that the Tecumseh District Library (TDL) could close or be greatly impaired without the YES vote to renew and slightly increase the millage makes us cringe. The modern condition of the TDL and the innumerable services provided are a significant sign that our community is healthy and robust. We must sustain this shining example of Tecumseh at its best.Before we decided that Tecumseh was to become our home, a visit to the local library was at the top of our list. By the time we finished touring, the two lovely staff ladies we interviewed expressed an excitement about Tecumseh and our planned move that was hard to resist. The library staff members were wonderful ambassadors for Tecumseh. The visit and the library facilities we saw on that day certainly helped sell us on this city.As each day passes in our lives the TDL continues to provide us with many pleasures beyond the media we check out and information we seek. Just the personal attention and helpfulness there is refreshing to experience. The TDL is well worth our support with a YES vote for the combined millage on May 7.Tom and Martha McIntyreTecumseh

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