Twin Lakes may break out library levy on tax bills

Twin Lakes is considering breaking out the amount levied for its contribution to the Community Library on future tax bills.

The village does not control the amount of the library levy. Instead, it is set by a formula in state law.

Trustee Sharon Bower, who serves as a village representative on the library’s governing board, requested the consideration of the break-out on future bills.

Village administrator David Cox said the trustees present at last Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting seemed in favor of the move. It may be adopted formally at the next Village Board meeting and could then be implemented with the  next budget and levy this fall.

Five communities — Twin Lakes, Randall, Salem, Paddock Lake and Silver Lake — contribute to the support of the Community Library. Randall already breaks out the library levy on its tax bills.


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