Norwood Library District voters to decide on new trustees, proposed funding increase on May 14
NORWOOD – The voters of the Norwood Library District will soon decide on new trustees and a proposed funding increase on May 14.
Any citizen of the Norwood Library District age 18 or older who would like to run for a trustee position on the library’s Board of Trustees must submit a petition with 25 valid signatures in order to be placed on the ballot.The petition forms can be picked up at the Norwood Public Library or by calling 315-353-6692, and must be returned to the library on or before the filing deadline of April 16.
An eligible candidate is one who is in the Norwood-Norfolk School District and who resides in the Towns of Potsdam or Stockholm.
A public hearing of the qualified voters of the Norwood Public Library Special Legislative District, St. Lawrence County, New York, will be held April 18, at 5:30 p.m. for the presentation of the proposed funding increase of $1,000 of the Special Legislative District Library.
A special meeting of the qualified voters of the Special Legislative District will be held at the Norwood Public Library, 1 Morton St, on Tuesday, May 14 from 2-8 p.m. to vote upon the following items:
• Shall the tax levy be increased $1,000 over the current annual appropriation of $88,000 which was approved by the voters in 2018 with this appropriated amount of $89,000 to be an annual appropriation until thereafter modified by a future vote of the electors of the Norwood Public Library Special Legislative District?
• To elect three (3) persons to the Board of Trustees to serve for a term of three (3) years commencing June 1, 2019 and ending May 31, 2022, two persons to succeed David Fenton and Stephen Murray, whose terms expire May 31, 2019, and one person to fill a vacant seat.