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REPORT: CORTLAND DOES NOT CONSENT
WHO FUNDED AN ALL AGES DRAG SHOW?
REPORT: Stakeholders behind the Cortland LGBTQ Center's 2023 All-Ages Public Drag Show
WHO APPROVED AN ALL AGES DRAG SHOW?
QUESTIONS FOR THE CORTLAND FREE LIBRARY
CONTACT YOUR REPRESENTATIVES
RESOURCES: DRAG IS NOT FOR KIDS
ALL INFORMATION IS PUBLIC.
Page 2 shows LGBT Services under Prevention Division: THE LGBTQ RESOURCE CENTER IS LOCATED AT THE PREVENTION OFFICES AND OFFERS INFORMATION, RESOURCES AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES FOR MEMBERS OF THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY AND ALLIES.
Page 9 shows FCS receives $2,474,483 in government grants (for 2021)
Page 9 says they receive $491,719 in Government Grants
3. Library website outlining funding from school district and 8% increase this year
4. The Cortland LGBTQ Center is a division of Cortland Prevention Resources which is a division of Family & Children's Counseling Services.
5. Primary funding for Cortland Prevention Services comes from New York State Office of Addiction Services.
6. The Cortland LGBTQ Center is fully funded by the New York State Department of Health.
1. May 16, 2023
The City of Cortland Common Council Approved Permits for the Cortland LGBTQ Center’s Cortland Pride Community Festival
Full URL: https://cortlandvoice.com/2023/05/17/cortland-common-council-approves-three-summer-events/
When did the Cortland Free Library Board approve the library to be used for the Cortland LGBTQ Center’s Pride Festival? Who made this decision?
What is the library’s exact relationship with the Cortland LGBTQ Center?
What is the library's official relationship to the Cortland Pride Festival?
Who approved the Cortland Free Library logo to be used on flyers advertising an all-ages public drag show?
What is the library’s official position on all-ages public drag shows?
What is the Cortland Free Library official position on adult males using female bathrooms at the Cortland Free Library?
Does the Cortland Free Library support the use of so-called hormonal puberty suppressant’s aka “puberty blockers” for children as young as 10 –as the Cortland LGBTQ Center suggests?
Was a Meeting Room/Program Space Reservation Request Form for each one of the Cortland LGBTQ Center’s workshops being hosted at the CFL completed?
The CFL said, “If your home is assessed at $100,000, you would currently pay $1,877.22 in school tax and just $42.87 in library tax.”
Now that the CFL budget has been raised 8% can you please issue new information on how much of their money taxpayers can expect to go to the library to partner with events and organizations that host public all ages drag shows in our community?