Smithtown library bond passes second ...

Smithtown library bond passes second time around

There are 2 comments on the Newsday.com story from Mar 5, 2008, titled Smithtown library bond passes second time around. In it, Newsday.com reports that:

This time, the library construction bond referendum passed in Smithtown. Just five months after voters defeated a referendum that would have upgraded three existing libraries and added another in the Smithtown ... via Newsday.com

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Ellen McCartney

West New York, NJ

#1 Mar 5, 2008
I'm glad to learn that cooler heads prevailed after David Ambro wrote the negative editorial last week. He should be ashamed of himself; he lives in Northport where there is a state of the art library, but he seems to feel that much less is alright for Smithtown. I hope he read the Newsday editorial on Tuesday addressing this subject; that's the one he should have written and would have if he cared one iota about our library system.
tom

Peekskill, NY

#2 Mar 15, 2008
Maybe if we vote in the wrong president, we can keep voting until we get your choice?

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