Voters in a fast-growing West Michigan township on Tuesday defunded their public library amid a campaign against LGBTQ materials on the shelves.

Officials with Patmos Library in Jamestown Township say the library’s future is now uncertain after voters shot down the operating millage renewal and increase on the Tuesday, Aug. 2, ballot.

Larry Walton, the library board’s president, told the Associated Press the library will lose 84% of its $245,000 annual budget following the failure of the millage question.

Walton could not be reached Friday by MLive/The Grand Rapids Press for comment.