Additionally, Jeff Reynolds, a representative of the Waterville Public Library will also be in attendance. The Waterville Public Library has been funded by the proposed funding mechanism for years.
“He’ll help us answer questions about how this works down the road,” said Jastremski.
The forum will be moderated by the League of Women Voters.
Jastremski expressed optimism about the resolution’s success, saying that much of the work leading up to the vote will revolve around educating voters.
“I feel very confident that it will pass,” said Jastremski, who nevertheless warned about the consequences of failure. “If this doesn’t pass, the services (at the Village Library of Cooperstown) will not continue at the level that they have.”