The second reading of the Ordinance to put the bond measure on the November ballot will occur at the next City Council meeting on Tuesday July 31st at 7:30. The Civic Center ballot measure is on the agenda, under “Old business”. You can download the agenda here. As you will see the agenda for this meeting is very short.
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Work continues on crafting the ballot measure. The wording has been changed again to reflect comments made at the June 19th council meeting.
It will be discussed at the next City Council meeting which will be held on Tuesday July 17th at 7:30. The Civic Center ballot measure is on the agenda, under “Public Hearings and Introduction of Ordinances”. You can download the agenda here.
To find the new wording of the ballot measure and the work still to be done to have it appear on the November ballot go to page 15 of the pdf file.
Please come to the July 17th council meeting to show support for the library.
If you can’t make it to the council meeting, please consider writing, or emailing your council representative before the meeting with your opinion on the bond measure. You can find out how to contact the council here.
As work and housing become increasingly dense, the space for real connection is becoming smaller. We are facing a shortage of places to belong, places where we are known and seen and understood. Luckily, libraries are here! Far from silent book warehouses, libraries have become a focal point for community members, their third space outside of work and home. As more families and professionals join our communities from across town, across the country, and across the world, the library is here to create a welcoming space for everyone to feel community. The Campbell Library has always been a pioneer of creating a remarkable moment and space for community building. Our plan is to continue creating these bridges for individuals and families through improved spaces and access. Please consider voicing your support of the Campbell Library as a third space for our thriving community. Our next city council meeting is scheduled for July 17 at 7:30pm.