By Patsy Smith, Director [After the Mill Levy passed]
Thank you for your great support! The Mancos Valley community has shown its continued support of the library by passing the mill levy ballot issue. The board and staff are eager to begin the next phase of the new library building project. We will keep you informed on our progress and will be asking for community input during the planning process.
From The Mancos Times
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
Thursday, November 3, 2005
Shall Mancos Library District taxes be increased by an estimated $86,467 annually (for collection commencing in calendar year 2006) and by any additional amounts that may be raised annually thereafter by the imposition of additional ad valorem porperty tax rate of 2.5 mills (which is appoximately $1.66 per month on a $1000,000 home in 2006) to build, operate, and maintain a new library (for a total district mill levy not to exceed 6 mills), and shall the Mancos Library District be authorized to collect, retain, and spend the total prroperty tax revenue, along with all other revenues, notwhithstanding any limitation or restriction on revenue or spending now contained in article X, secion 20 of the Colorado constitution and section 29-1-301, C.R.S., or any other law?
Wednesday, November 2, 2005
Smith Drilling Company takes soil samples at five feet and water samples at 15 feet on Oct. 26 in the second phase of environmental testing in Empire Park, the proposed new home for the Mancos Public Library. This testing, along with the earlier surface soils testing, are funded by a grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment; a final report of the environmental testing will be completed by CDPHE by mid-November.
From the Mancos Times