Friday, March 25, 2016

Dozens of residents rally in support of the Library

Leonia Life reports on the Council meeting of March 21, 2016.
The Library  is now facing a budget cut of $125,000 for 2016.  According to NorthJersey.com, "Mayor Judah Zeigler stressed that the spending plan, which is set to raise property taxes on a home assessed at the borough average of $432,634 by $70 and represents a 1.75 percent increase from last year, was not final and will likely reach the state's 2 percent cap on budget increases before a public hearing and adoption scheduled for May 2."
Photo: Protesters outside the meeting hold signs showing their support.
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