Thursday, November 8, 2012

Ashland Library levy approved by voters

"Vote for the Library" yarn bombing tag on railing at Ashland Library
Vote for the Library,’ attached by an emissary to a railing at the Ashland Library
As of 7:59 a.m. today, unofficial election results compiled by Jackson County, Ore., showed 80.19 percent of voters in favor of renewing a library levy to support library operations.

Hopefully this yarn bombing tag played a part in the levy’s favorable reception in the Nov. 6 vote.

According to the Ashland Daily Tidings, the Nov. 6 vote marked the third time in six years that Ashland voters showed “strong support for a property-tax levy to provide extended services and hours at Ashland’s public library.”

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