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October 15, 2012 Local News No Comments

A Town Meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 29 in Columbia, CT on the proposed $5.9 million library expansion and renovation project.

A Town Meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 29 in Columbia, CT on the proposed $5.9 million library expansion and renovation project.

According to the Town of Columbia website, the average homeowner would pay $141 a year for each year of the 20 year bond to finance the project.

The design of the Saxton B. Little Free Library expansion/renovation project is supposed to create more green space, improve traffic and pedestrian safety and have no effect on the school, playground area of adjacent chapel.

The Town Meeting will be take place at the Horace Porter School.

Ask questions. Make Comments. No vote will be taken at this Town Meeting.

Posted October 15, 2012

Click here for the link to more info about the project, in PDF format

Rendering of Saxton B. Little Free Library by Drummey Rosane Anderson, Inc. Architects, South Windsor, CT – from Town of Columbia web site

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