Urges support of both election proposals for library

To the Editor,We are so fortunate to live in such a nice community. As we retired 25 years ago, we elected to remain as Tecumseh residents for so many reasons. First of all, due to the good people of Tecumseh and for the many good friends we had met. And too, we were pleased with services provided by the city…fire, police, schools, churches and an excellent library.It is time for the good people of Tecumseh to support our library. On May 7, we have the opportunity and yes, the obligation, to vote. Please remember there are TWO ISSUES on the ballot. First, is the renewal of the 1.15 millage approved ten years ago. And second, an additional 0.2 mills to support the growing needs of the library.NOTE: The 0.2 mill increase amounts to $1.25 per month for a home valued at $150,000. What a bargain!! The last time I purchased a glass of ice tea or a cup of coffee, each cost me more than $1.25!!I have already cast my absentee ballot… YES + YES… I urge you do the same and support our Tecumseh District Library. Thank You…James L. AndersonTecumseh

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