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Board of Library Trustees: Sally Cartwright

  • B.A. Union College, Schenectady, NY
Experience Town Boards:
  • Board of Library Trustees, 2008 – present
Other Town Experience:
  • Friends of the Wayland Library, president;
  • Loker School PTO secretary;
  • WHSPO secretary.
Candidate Statement:
I have served on the Board of Library Trustees for the past nine years.  Previous to that, I was President of the Friends of the Wayland Library and chair of the 2003-2005 Library Feasibility Study Committee.
I believe a robust, vibrant library is essential to a strong healthy community. An accessible library, welcoming to all, brings people together to explore, learn and connect.
The $10,137,980 dollar state grant awarded to Wayland offers a tremendous opportunity for the town to build a library that reflects the 21st century educational and cultural priorities of the community.
Since 2001 library services and the land at 5 Concord Road have been diligently studied by 6 committees of more than 70 elected, appointed and volunteer citizens; 5 professional architectural and engineering firms; and 4 library consultants.  Nearly a quarter of a million dollars has been spent on studies. The site restrictions and building deficiencies are complex.  New studies will not change the existing conditions of the land or of the building.
I will be voting yes on ballot question one at Town Election on March 27 and yes on Article 17 at Town Meeting on April 3.