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April 21, 1995 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-21

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But money is not the issue for
Ms. Rose, a library board mem-
ber and past president of the
Friends of the Southfield Library.
"You have to ask yourself if you
want to live in a community that
can provide you with these ser-
vices? Do you want your com-
munity to be a destination point,
something to be proud of? Do you
want a library and a recreation
center that will fill your needs?"
she said. "It all costs money."
Currently the library operates
in a 44,000-square-foot building
erected in 1964, part of the South-
field Civic Center. Consultants
recently studied the facility and
came to the conclusion that the
building could not be expanded
outward because of parking space
limitations. Structural conditions
prohibit building on top of the li-
brary.
A new building would be lo-
cated across Evergreen on the
corner of Civic Center Drive. It
would cover 110,000 square feet
and would feature a computer
room and more study carrels.
Three office buildings currently
on the site would have to be pur-
chased and demolished before
construction could begin.
"I look at it as a matter of val-
ues. If learning and literacy are
important, you'll pay for what
is important," City Librarian

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unice Rose has very senti-
mental ties to her library.
When she, her husband
Cantor Norman Rose and
their family moved 22 years ago
to Southfield from Buffalo, N.Y.,
one of the first things she did was
go to the library with her daugh-
ter.
"I came from a smaller com-
munity that I just loved. I was
not prepared for this sprawling
megalopolis," she said. "The li-
brary was warm and welcoming,
something I could latch onto. I
fell in love with it."
While her feelings bind her to
the library, they do not link her
to the building. In fact, she would
like to see a newer, bigger home
for the institution she loves so
much.
So on Tuesday she will head to
her local polling place and vote to
pass a bond issue on a $30 mil-
lion project to build a new library.
In addition, she will also vote
"yes" to build a new $25 million
recreation center and again to in-
crease a millage to cover operat-
ing costs for the larger library.
The cost of the recreation cen-
ter bond proposal on the average
Southfield home worth $92,000
will be $50.14 annually for 20
years. The millage increase and
bond proposal for the library will
cost another $93.38.

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Plans for a new recreation center in Southfield.

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