Lee-Whedon Library sets budget vote for May 10 with 1% tax increase
Press Release, Lee-Whedon Memorial Library
MEDINA – The annual meeting of the Lee-Whedon Memorial Library will be held at the library on Monday, May 9, at 7 p.m.
Agenda items include voting on a trustee position, the presentation of the annual report and the presentation of the proposed budget. Trustee David Schwert is seeking re-election to the board for a five-year term.
The library’s board of trustees has prepared a conservative budget for 2022-2023. The library is asking for an increase in the tax of 1.02 percent. The property tax levy will increase to $565,028.
“The board is sensitive to the pressures felt by taxpayers,” said Schwert, the board president. “As fiscal stewards, we constantly strive to balance increased operation costs with a conservative revenue request. We are proud of our staff and our high standards of service.”
Residents of the Medina Central School District are invited to attend this public meeting. The budget vote will take place at the library on Tuesday, May 10, from noon to 8 p.m. The library is located at 620 West Ave.