Agin Anthony, Suresh Arya, Carole Beth Goldberg, Martus Granirer, Margaret M. Hook, Ralph Sabatini, Jeffrey Sasson and David Zuckerberg are each looking to fill one of the three open slots.
Here are some of the blogs residents have written on Patch about the vote:
- Click here to read Harry Bloomfeld's post on behalf of New City Library Watch.
- Click here to read Pete Bradley's post on behalf of the Clarkstown Preservation Society.
- Click here to read Michael Hull's blog post.
- Click here to read Karen Jung Vetrano's post on behalf of the New City Library Staff Association.
You can also voice your opinions using our Speak Out Board here.
Locals will also have the chance to vote for or against the library's proposed 2015 budget, which does not include a tax increase for residents.
Voting is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Districts 1, 2 and 3 will vote at the New City Library while District 4 will vote at the West Nyack Free Library. Absentee ballots for the trustee election are available weekdays 9 a.m. until Tuesday, Dec. 10 in the library's administrative office or download it by clicking here. Trustee ballots must be returned to the polling place by 5 p.m. on December 11.