FALMOUTH — Town residents launched a Yes on 1 campaign today to support a proposal to redevelop the Lunt/Plummer-Motz school campus as a community center, expanded town library and public park.

Question 1 on the June 14 town ballot asks voters to approve the $5.65 million proposal and spend up to $1.5 million in surplus town funds on the project, according to Marna Miller, campaign co-chairwoman.

The plan won’t increase taxes or require borrowing, Miller said. Additional funding would come from other sources, such as the sale of some land at the site and private fundraising by library trustees.

“On June 14, we will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to preserve these buildings for public use and improve services for residents of all ages without raising taxes,” Miller said in a news release. “It’s the smart move for Falmouth.”

The Town Council and Falmouth Memorial Library Board of Trustees have voted to support the project.

For more information about Yes on 1 campaign, visit www.SmartMoveForFalmouth.com.