I’d like to respond to Frank Schimicci’s letter to the editor of Feb 8.
First, his math needs to be corrected. The owner of a $350,000 home would pay $73.85 a year. That comes to $1,477 over 20 years, not $5,980. As more homes are built, that cost per year would decrease.
Secondly, I’m not sure to what survey he is referring, but last year’s voters approved this same library plan with a 67 percent majority.
I, too, frequent the library. It seems that the busiest time is after school. All the computers are occupied, and all the tables are utilized, either by teens doing homework, a tutor and child, or a small meeting.
Please consider all the ways a library is used and all the people who depend on it, and vote yes!