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Public Library
By Don Hoff Jr.


August 09, 2010

I've been reading the debates on the public library for some time now... here is what I know. The present library was designed to add additional floors for growth. It would be common sense to add an upper floor to the existing library and would be affordable to the taxpayer.

I was never a fan of the library. I also think the existing location is perfect! Why spend money you don't have or at taxpayer's expense to relocate and build a new building that a few book worms want? I bet you a dollar most of the residents would like the library where it is now.

This is my humble opinion on the matter. Leave the existing library there and add an additional floor or floors to the building.

Don Hoff Jr.
Hixson, TN

About: "Past: Ketchikan City Councilman/Vice-Mayor.
K.P.U. Board of Director
O.S.H.A. Boardmember/Chairman-State of Alaska.
I.R.A. Councilman-Ketchikan Indian Community."

Received August 08, 2010 - Published August 09, 2010



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