Manchester voters rejected a $12.5 million referendum to upgrade and expand the Mary Cheney Library last November.
Since, there has been confusion and uncertainty in town about the future of Manchester's library system, one of the most utilized in all the state.
Some in town say that due to Manchester's size, and the popularity of its two current libraries, the town needs a modern, up-to-date library, while others point out the dwindling circulation of books and magazines in favor of the Internet and eReaders.
Even the Board of Directors seem unsure about what to do with the issue currently, discussing it recently but coming to no consensus.
But Manchester Patch wants to hear your ideas? Does Manchester need to upgrade its library system? And, if so, how? Or are the town's current libraries more than adequate for residents needs?