Editor’s note: Today’s article launches a new feature on NAnewsweb called “Well, I Reckon…”
The sole purpose of this feature is to inform you of the things you may have been wondering about and to even get you thinking on things you’ve never really considered before regarding our community. We also want your opinion. What do you think of New Albany’s latest restaurant additions? Have the sales of beer and liquor boosted our local economy or were they a detriment? You’ve got questions? Submit them to our T.C.B. page! We will find answers.
“Well, I Reckon…”
Our first question comes on the heels of last week’s article submitted by a concerned citizen entitled Citizen’s Opinion: the library is in dire straits.
How would it affect you if the Union County Library did not receive enough funding and had to close its doors?
“I would really hate to see the library close. My kids loved it when they were growing up and we went there all the time. I was just in there a few weeks ago on a Saturday and it was packed. It’s a resource that many people depend on weekly.” ~Mike Carter
“Historic records need to go over the Chancery with a little bit of funding to oversee them and then shut it down. We have got computers and the internet. And smartphones….. Renovate the library building for civic meeting space because the ladies building at the fairgrounds sucks.” ~Jason Stewart
“I know that the library services New Albany very well. It amazes me that the county has money for the things that it wants but not necessarily what it needs.” ~anonymous
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