I have to agree with “Re-vote the Library Tax” (March 21-27). Marking your ballot was wide open for all to see. Who is to say that some of the “No” votes were switched with “Yes” votes? Anybody could have discarded the “Nos” and replaced them with “Yeses.” I didn’t notice any numbering on my ballot. Was there actually someone from the Election Board there? I don’t think so. It was a very strange way to vote on something that affects people’s taxes. What is happening in Norwood anyways? The municipal building gets a make-over and the taxpayers aren’t even asked about it. No matter how you look at it, we are paying for it. Just remember on the Library -- that $72 a year should not change for 10 years as per a previous article. Let’s see how long it takes before it gets raised.