Residents in a western Michigan town voted against a property tax increase that would have funded the local library after the building displayed LGBT literature.

Jamestown Township, a small town located near Grand Rapids, voted down the proposed property tax increase from $1,905 to $1,142, according to ABC affiliate WZZM.

The town voted for then-President Donald Trump in 2020 by a margin of 76% to 21%.

The property tax vote guts the Patmos Library’s 2023 operating budget of $245,000 budget, 84% of which comes from property tax money collected.