Pennsylvania’s primary is closed–meaning only Republicans and Democrats can vote for candidates. However, any registered voter can weigh in on the Library Referendum Question.
Upper Nazareth Township Library Tax Question
Shall Upper Nazareth Township establish a Special Library Tax to provide for the operation and maintenance of a local library at the rate of 0.6 mills on the dollar of assessed value of all taxable real estate within Upper Nazareth Township?
A “YES” vote means the Upper Nazareth Township Board of Supervisors will increase the real estate property tax rate of Upper Nazareth Township by 0.6 mills to provide funding for the operation and maintenance of a local library.
A “NO” vote means the Board of Supervisors of Upper Nazareth Township will not increase the real estate property tax rate of upper Nazareth Township to provide funding for a local library.
Register to vote/apply for a mail-in ballot here: https://www.votespa.com/Pages/default.aspx
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The pandemic has taught us that now, more than ever, we need the library. A library card, which is free to all township residents, is the best bargain in town.
E-books, streaming movies and music on hoopla, digital magazines from Flipster, access to Ancestry.com, on-line story times for children, trivia nights via Zoom, Meet-the-author on-line discussion groups, and much more. If you don’t have a card you can sign up for a free virtual card now and begin to use all of the content mentioned above. When the library re-opens you can continue to use all of the online content and all of the “in-house” resources as well. Get your card by going to the Memorial Library of Nazareth and Vicinity website. Vote YES on the referendum and keep the library strong.