Dayton Metro Library May Place Bond Issue on Nov. Ballot
The Dayton Metro Library Board of Trustees is expected to vote on placing bond issue of no more than $230 M on November’s ballot.
The DDN reports that the bond issue, if approved by voters, would support a new main library, as well as other construction and renovation projects.
Dayton Metro Library’s executive director Tim Kambitsch says that the bond issue will help transform libraries to modern community centers providing the latest technology along with traditional library services.
The plan would also reduce the number of branches from 20 to 16.