I am brand new to local politics. I have loved being a part of the Ada community for the past fourteen years. I have enjoyed the parades, the Farmers' Market, Arts in Ada, the summer programs for kids at the park and even the co-ed softball for adults. I never took a minute to notice all the work that goes on behind the scenes, the people who care enough about our township to work to make it a better place to live.
Since beginning the campaign for a library, I have attended a few meetings of the Ada Township Board. They meet the second and fourth Mondays of every month. I am only beginning to glimpse the enormous responsibility they have in changing the village and the tremendous amount of work and care that goes into managing these changes. I am completely convinced that they are doing their absolute best to make Ada the village that the residents want.
If we want a library in our village, it is our job to let these good people know. We must gather support and demonstrate our wishes to the board. Board meetings are open to the public and have on the agenda time set aside for public comments. We can all start by coming to a board meeting and telling the board how much we would all benefit from a library in Ada. It is up to each of us to stand up and be counted.
If you would like to be part of the campaign, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find contact information for the Ada Township Boardhere. The Board meets on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month at 7pm Unless otherwise noted, meetings are held at: Town Hall, Ada Township Offices 7330 Thornapple River Drive Ada, Michigan 49301 Map