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Wed July 18, 2012
Ann Arbor residents will decide on new library building this November
Ann Arbor residents can add a new tax levy to the growing list of issues on the November ballot.
The local library board wants $65 million for a new downtown building.
After 60 years, the Ann Arbor library's main branch has done its job, according to the board.
But now they say they're running out of space, so they want to tear down and rebuild on the same site.
The plan would mean a 30-year tax hike. It would add roughly $54 dollars to the annual tax bill of anyone with a home worth $200,000.
If residents vote no, it would be the first time in 20 years the town's rejected a tax increase for the library.