DENISON, Tex. -- Several people in Denison want city residents input on a new library. The Denison Library Board put out a survey on Denison water bills, asking residents what features they would like to see in a new building.
But another group of residents say the survey does not ask enough questions, like where it should be and if a person would support a bond election.
Library officials say they wanted to keep the city survey short, but welcome public input.
They also plan to hold a bond election in November.
"We’d like to make sure that we're calling an election that would be successful and that something the voters want. There’s no need to go through the experience of having an election unless we are pretty confident that we have something that would fulfill the needs of the city," says Alvin Bailey at the Denison Public Library.
The city survey is open until the end of this week.
Here are links to both surveys: