Niland Library branch to close
County Librarian Connie Barrington says there were no alternatives. Barrington told the Board of Supervisors there were no more financial alternatives.
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#1 Feb 14, 2010
seniors could be found to keep it open if utilities could be met
#2 Feb 16, 2010
as the national debt & taxes go up, we see services go down. thats much worst than paying for nothing. we already paid (taxes)built (taxes)staffed ,managed,maintain and will continue paying after library closes = property tax up
police-layoffs = dmv tax up
teachers-layoffs = state tax up
parks & recreation-cuts = user fees up
social security-frozen = no guaranty tax
prisoner early release program = taxes up (crime)
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