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New regime at Carol Stream Library, but old challenges remain

Slate in control of Carol Stream library loses majority but not all board seats

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A new majority is coming to the Carol Stream Library board after the Support the Library slate swept all five available positions in Tuesday's election.

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Carol Stream Library Board Vice President Jim Bailey says the newly seated library board will likely discuss whether to keep the library's Kuhn Road property on the market.

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With a new board majority set to be sworn into office, more changes could be on the horizon at the Carol Stream Public Library. But this time, it's likely the new board will just be changing back some of what the current board put in place since taking power nine months ago.
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    • A new majority is coming to the Carol Stream Library board after the Support the Library slate swept all five available positions in Tuesday’s election.
    • Carol Stream Library Board Vice President Jim Bailey says the newly seated library board will likely discuss whether to keep the library’s Kuhn Road property on the market.
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