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Letter to the Editor
Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
 

The Apollo Memorial Library wants to extend a big “thank you” to our North Apollo advocates.

We appreciate the citizens who made it clear to the North Apollo Council that the library is essential to the community and the library tax should not be rescinded.

Your voice was heard that it's important to maintain a library to support the needs of families and individuals.

Your continued advocacy is especially important in the coming year. Please sustain your efforts to ensure the library will serve future generations.

Tina Zins

Apollo

The writer is the director of the Apollo Memorial Library.

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