Friday, September 23, 2016

Measure Y on ballot for Sonoma County Library

Cynthia M. Parkhill attaches 'Support Libraries' tag to railing, downtown Santa Rosa library
Circa Jan. 2012: ‘Support Libraries’ installation
at downtown Santa Rosa library
With a special use tax to benefit Sonoma County Library appearing on the Nov. 8, 2016 ballot, it seems a good time to re-highlight (from January 2012) this “Support Libraries” tag that had been installed outside its central library in downtown Santa Rosa, Calif. If Measure Y is approved by two-thirds of voters, it will create a one-eighth of one percent (0.125%) “transactions and use” tax for 10 years on retail sales in the County of Sonoma beginning April 1, 2017. Access more details on the “Funding” page, Sonoma County Library website.

1 comment:

  1. Are there any yarn-bombing enthusiasts in Santa Rosa, California? Maybe someone can create an updated "Support Libraries" tag in time for the November election.


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