Norfolk Voters to Decide on Library Expansion

NORFOLK - Norfolk voters will decide whether or not to renovate and expand the Norfolk Public Library.  The Norfolk City Council voted unanimously earlier this week to place the measure of a half-cent sales tax for 36 months on the November ballot.  City Administrator Shane Weidner says the city hopes to raise $7.4 million for the renovation and expansion of the nearly 40-year-old structure.  Weidner says the Library’s foundation will work to raise private funds as well.  The Norfolk Public Library opened its doors for the first time in 1977.


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