Sanders said she’s no sure if they’ll collect enough signatures, but she said she’s happy their efforts have brought about some public attention in the issue. And she said they’re expecting to approach the situation from a different angle should the petition not be successful.
“We’re going to work on getting the law changed if we don’t get enough names,” Sanders said.
Keeney said anyone concerned with the library’s future, along with the petition’s supporters, are encouraged to attend tonight’s meeting.
“We want to just educate people,” Keeney said.