A local library that operates on an annual $232,000 budget—$100,000 of which pays for two full-time employees and four part-time employees—approached Montgomery Township Supervisors this week to request funding from the municipality. Per The Reporter, North Wales Area Library representatives requested supervisors include funding in its 2014 budget for the library's operations. According to the article, the library is free to anyone in the North Penn School District, as opposed to Lansdale Library's $35 annual fee for non-Lansdale residents. The library draws its largest amount of members—about 1,900—from Upper Gwynedd and draws the second largest amount from Montgomery Township. Upper Gwynedd Township contributes $15,000 a year to the library, per the article, and North Wales Borough contributes $20,000 a year via tax millage. Read more at this link.