May 8, 2012
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For the first time in a number of years, the Liverpool Public Library’s board of trustees has more candidates than seats available. The election will take place at the same time as the school board and budget election. When voters go to the polls to determine the fate of the Liverpool Central School District budget, they’ll also choose two library trustees and approve or deny the library’s $3.6 million budget. The budget is up 1.36 percent from last year and calls for a 1.997 percent tax increase. Three candidates are running for two trustee seats. Incumbents Timothy Dodge and Joseph Spado seek to hold onto their positions, while newcomer Karen Ingeman, a former LPL employee, hopes to gain a seat on the board.