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Tweet to Your Council Member in Support of Libraries!

Stand with your library on Twitter!

Our city officials are now deciding the amount of funding that New York City’s libraries will receive in the upcoming fiscal year.

Click the links below to find the Twitter handles of your city leaders and the New York City Council Member that represents your community library in Queens.

Send a tweet today to city leadership and your local Council Member. Be sure to use the hashtag #InvestInLibraries, tell them how your library benefits your community, and remind them that they need to invest in libraries, because libraries are for everyone!

 

 

Mayor Bill de Blasio

New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson

New York City Council Majority Leader Laurie A. Cumbo

Council Member Adrienne E. Adams
Represents the Baisley Park, Lefferts, Rochdale Village, and South Ozone Park libraries

Council Member Costa Constantinides
Represents the Astoria, Broadway, and Steinway libraries

Council Finance Committee Chair Daniel Dromm
Represents the Elmhurst and Jackson Heights libraries

Council Member Barry Grodenchik
Represents the Bellerose, Fresh Meadows, Glen Oaks, Hollis, North Hills, Queens Village, and Windsor Park libraries 

Council Member Robert Holden
Represents the Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village, and Ridgewood libraries

Council Member Peter Koo
Represents the Flushing, McGoldrick, Mitchell-Linden, and Queensboro Hill libraries

Council Member Karen Koslowitz
Represents the Forest Hills, North Forest Park, Rego Park, and Richmond Hill libraries

Council Member Rory Lancman
Represents the Briarwood, Hillcrest, Kew Gardens Hills, and Pomonok libraries

Council Member Francisco Moya
Represents the Corona, East Elmhurst, Langston Hughes, and Lefrak City libraries

Council Member I. Daneek Miller
Represents the Cambria Heights, Central, South Hollis, South Jamaica, and St. Albans libraries

Council Member Antonio Reynoso
Represents part of the Ridgewood community and library

Council Member Donovan Richards
Represents the Arverne, Far Rockaway, Laurelton, and Rosedale libraries, and Queens Library for Teens

Council Member Eric Ulrich
Represents the Broad Channel, Howard Beach, Ozone Park, Peninsula, Seaside, and Woodhaven libraries

Council Member Paul Vallone
Represents the Auburndale, Bay Terrace, Bayside, Douglaston, East Flushing, Poppenhusen, and Whitestone libraries

Council Committee on Libraries Chair Jimmy Van Bramer
Represents the Broadway, Court Square, Hunters Point, Long Island City, Sunnyside, and Woodside libraries

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After you send your tweet, don't forget to sign a letter and post a sticky note to support your library!

Mon, 2018-06-04 02:18