Kaysville Council to Decide Library's Fate

Kaysville Council to Decide Library's Fate

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KAYSVILLE, Utah (AP) -- The Kaysville City Council will vote tomorrow night whether the city-run library should merge with the Davis County system.

If the library stays with the city, the library board is already preparing for a new, smaller bond election to fund construction of a new building.

A four-point-three (M) million dollar bond vote last November failed by a 60 percent to 40 percent margin.

Some residents have complained the library's current offerings are too limited and cannot match the resources of the county library.

Councilman John McCleary says he intends to vote against joining with the county system. He believes the city can apply extra resources toward improving the library.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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