"The levy on tomorrow's ballot amounts to the cost of a loaf of bread and a gallon of milk, each year, for most taxpayers," said librarian Glada Stump, who is seeking voter support for the operating levy for the Calhoun County Library.

The $30,000 annual levy for three years will go to continue basic library services. "The actual cost is seven-tenths (0.70 cents) of one cent on one hundred of evaluation on class I property, she said. The rate increases for class II through class IV property, from $1.40 to $2.80 per hundred.

"The library is strapped for cash to operate," said Stump.

"We hope people will take time to think about the importance of our services to anyone in the community. We do a lot with very little money," she concluded.

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