Charlotte Area Library Closings
Mecklenburg County first announced that it would closing 12 branch libraries in mid-March. Now, that number has risen to 16 despite efforts by County and Charlotte city leaders and library patrons to keep the libraries open.
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#1 Jun 6, 2010
The city of Charlotte and Meclenburg County have enough tax revenue to fund good schools and public libraries.It's all about priorities:#1.Classroom teachers vs. high school sports,#2.Police and firemen vs.designer trashcans,light rail,#3.Libraries vs.health care for illegals.-----It is like watching too fatty women,sorry 2 space challenged females ,complaining that the table and chairs are too small."Char" and "Mec" have been gorging at the taxpayor buffet for too long.
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