Public Library News Roundup: A Selection of 16 Reports From Canada and U.S.
The following roundup contains articles published in the past 10 days.
Brentwood Seeks Another $1.3 Million for Library Project (via East County Today)
Glendale Central Library Prepares to Turn a New Page as $15-Million Renovation Project Nears Completion (via LA Times)
San Francisco Public Library Owed $4.5 Million In Overdue Fines; Amnesty Period Proposed (via SF Examiner)
District of Columbia
DCPL Will Expand Neighborhood Library Hours During MLK Construction (via DCist)
Attorney General Says Aurora Library Board Held Illegal Closed Meeting (via Beacon-News/Chicago Tribune)
Bettendorf Library Reopens, Looks ‘Good as New’ After Extensive Water Damage (via Quad City Times)
New Milford Library Plans Unveiled (via The News-Times)
So. Maine Area Libraries Link Up, Expand Collection (via Fosters.com)
New Program Offers Digital Library Cards to St. Paul Students (via KSTP)
Jamestown: Funding Cuts Likely To Hurt Library Programs (via The Post-Journal)
Essex County Library Administration Restricts Delegations, Speakers at Board Meetings (via Windsor Star)
The Financial Post and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very Bad anti-Toronto Library Op-ed (via Torontoist)
Ottawa: Proposed Library Budget Includes Business Case for Rosemount Branch (via Ottawa Community News)
Saskatoon: Libraries Seek Budget Boost (via StarPhoenix)
La Crosse Public Library to Cut Hours Starting in 2017 (via News8000.com/WKBT)
Yukon Libraries Now Offer Some (Artificial) Sunshine (via CBC)
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