Council won’t touch 1-mill tax hike to keep library open | C & G Newspapers

“Szerlag said that signs announcing the April 30 closure date of the library have not been posted at the library previously because of the pending action items on the council agendas in recent weeks. He added that following the Feb. 21 meeting, signs with the closure date will be posted at the library and on the city’s website.”

Incredibly sad…