Q&A of the Week
Thanks to Those Supporting the Campaign for a “Restored, Renewed and Reimagined” Moffat Library!
I see it as a community congregant point for our residents – old and young, and an integral part of our community.
Robert Fromaget – Blooming Grove Supervisor
The Moffat Library has been the heart and soul of the Village of Washingtonville for generations. The restoration of this historic landmark would provide a much-needed stimulus for economic growth in the downtown area.
Rick Lewis – President, Blooming Grove Washingtonville Chamber of Commerce.
We look forward to the restoration and return of the historic Moffat Library to the village. The library will be a beautiful centerpiece serving the total community.
Mark and Carol Roe, Former Blooming Grover Councilman; owners of Roe’s Orchards.
This is an ideal opportunity to support our local library in adapting to the advances offered in the Digital Era. Your vote will not only enhance the many services that Moffat Library provides; but, it will also establish a community space for residents to come together to enjoy an ever-changing range of activities to meet the interests of all.
Frank Fornario – Former Blooming Grove Town Councilman and Town Supervisor.
I look forward to our Moffat Library, back in the middle of town, equipped for patrons of all ages, with the best offerings of the 21st century. Come vote with me on March 3 and be part of the reality.
Rosemarie Werkman, Life Long Resident.
The Board of the Village of South Blooming Grove and I strongly support and endorse the proposed renovation of the Moffat Library in Washingtonville. It is good for our children and all members of our community and would preserve and enhance a beautiful, iconic landmark. Please vote in favor of this important proposal!
Rob Jerolomen, Mayor Village of South Blooming Grove.
The Moffat Library stands as not only a tribute to our past, but a path to our future through its historic significance and educational excellence. This has been made possible through public support and enrollment in the numerous activities, community enrichment programs, and continued dedication of the Moffat Library Board.
David Heintz, Mayor Village of Washingtonville.