November 29, 2015

Public Library News Roundup (9 Stories from 8 States and British Columbia)

British Columbia

Okanagan Regional Library System: Library budget will increase taxes (via Kewlona Capital News)


Lyons County: Voting Options Offered For Library District Issues (via Lyons Recorder)


Naperville library creating digital media lab at 95th Street (via Daily Herald)


Topeka Library Talks RFID Update (via Topeka Capital Journal)


Worcester:  New library logo reflects broad reach (via Telegram and Gazette) 


Public Libraries of Saginaw seeks community support for a tax renewal (via Mlive)

New York

North Shore (Long Island): Some residents balk at proposed library tax (via Newsday)


Hamilton County: Issue 1 would help Public Library keep operations, offset lost state funds (via WCPO)


Wisconsin Dells (Kilbourn): Bill would increase library’s revenues off circulation (via Wisconsin Dells Events)

See Also: Previous Public Library News Roundup (15 Stories from 14 States and Ontario)
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