Help us thank City leaders for investing in libraries!
All of your letters, sticky notes and tweets worked—Mayor Bill de Blasio, City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, and the City Council agreed this week to a new budget for the coming year that increases capital funding for the city’s three library systems by $110 million. These are much-needed funds that will allow us to address critical repair and maintenance needs at many of our branches, ensuring that New Yorkers across the city have access to bright, inviting, and inspiring places to learn and thrive. Take a few seconds to send a message of thanks that will go to Mayor Bill de Blasio, Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, and your City Council member.
Dear Mayor de Blasio, Speaker Mark-Viverito, and Council Member,
Thank you for investing in our city’s libraries. By committing $110 million in funding for our library systems in next fiscal year’s budget, you have helped libraries—and the people who rely on them—take a major step forward.
The library systems will be able to address critical repair and maintenance needs at branches across the city, so that New Yorkers like me have bright, inviting, and inspiring places to learn and thrive.
Thank you for investing in libraries—and all New Yorkers. We know that we can count on your steadfast support of our libraries and our communities.