Another electoral defeat for a tax increase just leads to a sequel, as the Christian County Library Board reanimates the undead and tries to get it on the next ballot:
The Christian County Library Board is expected to decide this month whether to send a proposed property tax increase back to voters.
If approved, it would help build three libraries.
Library Director Mabel Phillips said the board met Nov. 20 to discuss the possibility of putting the issue on the April ballot.
It was the board’s first meeting since 52 percent of voters rejected a proposed property tax increase during the Nov. 3 election.
Hey, you know what worked for the Webster Groves Public Library? Getting the tax increase on a February ballot, where most people wouldn’t know it was an election and those who did might decide not to brave 15 degree weather to vote.