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Qualified voters of the Middleburgh School District will vote on the 2024 library budget on

Tuesday May 7th, 2024 from 12:00 - 8:00 in the Community Room of the Middleburgh Library. 

View the 2024 proposed budget

If you would like to comment or have questions about the budget, please attend our public budget hearing on Tuesday April 16th at 7:30pm in the community room of the library. If you need an absentee ballot a completed application must be received by the Library Secretary at least seven days before the election if the ballot is to be mailed to the voter, or the day before the election if the ballot is to be picked up at the library. The ballot itself must be returned to the library no later than 5:00pm on the day of the election.


We have three excellent candidates running for open seats on the library board:

Debbie Brigadier: Debbie came to live in the Town of Broome over 20 years ago with her husband, Jim after she retired as a Navy Nurse and after Jim retired from the Marine Corps as a Naval Aviator.  She worked full time as a nurse for MCSD initially and continues to substitute in the school nursing office.  She worked full time for Schoharie County Public Health Department during the height of the COVID - 19 outbreak as a Public Health Nurse and COVID investigator.  Debbie has worked as a volunteer for MEVAC, the Joshua Project, and serves currently as the Director of Operations for the Dr. Best House & Medical Museum as we as a trustee for the Middleburgh Library.

Kelly Rossmann:  My husband, Ken and I have enjoyed living here for 30 years. We raised two daughters and are owners of Middleburgh Sheet Metal.  Most of you will know me from my volunteer work with our schools, Girl Scouts, Our Lady of the Valley, Joshua Project and Dr. Best House. I previously sat on the board for Schoharie County Youth Bureau and I am current Treasurer and board member for the Middleburgh Library.

Scott Walsh

Scott Walsh lives full time in Franklinton and first moved to the area nearly a decade ago. Trained as an architect, he currently leads the design, development and construction projects for AKA Hotels & Hotel
Residences across the entire country.

Born and raised in Morgantown WV, he graduated from Cornell University and has lived in NYS for over 30 years.  He is married and enjoys gardening and travel in his free time.

His prior board service includes serving as the Treasurer for a condominium board, and was appointment by the mayor of NYC to the Rent Guidelines Board for eight years.  The quality of the Middleburgh
Library was one factor that influenced him to move to the area and he enjoys going to the library most Saturday mornings year round.


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