Meetings about the Brookfield Library project have been postponed. The Board of Finance was slated to meet tonight about whether to recommend the $14.7 million building project be sent to a town meeting. The Board wants more information from the town's financial adviser. The Boards of Selectmen, Finance and Education met with the adviser Monday to discuss how a library, police station and school upgrades would affect the town’s debt. Brookfield residents would have been called on to decide tomorrow to send the proposal to a February referendum. A special town meeting is tentatively set for January 9th to decide on sending the 35-thousand square foot facility to referendum.