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Galway Library buys land for new building

Space getting cramped at current site

Galway Public Library is pleased to announce that its Board of Trustees recently closed on the purchase of approximately 13.59 acres of vacant land located in the Village of Galway for the future site of the new Galway Public Library facility.
Galway Public Library is pleased to announce that its Board of Trustees recently closed on the purchase of approximately 13.59 acres of vacant land located in the Village of Galway for the future site of the new Galway Public Library facility.
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The Galway Public Library has purchased a 13.6-acre site in the village of Galway for future construction of a new library building to replace the one that proponents of the project say is becoming too small. The land, which the library already held an option on, was purchased from David and Katherine Michalski for $103,500. Library trustees hope to be able to move forward with construction within the next five years. The trustees are working ...


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cracker
October 8, 2013
7:37 p.m.

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Yes, more for this worthless library that the town of Galway residents stuck us in Providence and other towns by voting to have the library funded by a tax thru the school district. It was a "strong arm" vote meaning that the Town of Galway residents with their voting power stuck it to those of us in the outlying towns who would seldom or never use it. Its the american way, want something and expect someone else to pay for it.

cracker
October 8, 2013
7:39 p.m.

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One more thing, Why do they need 13.6 Acres?

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