California: Stanislaus County Library System is a ‘Gem’ But its Future is Uncertain, Grand Jury Finds
From the Modesto Bee:
The Stanislaus County Library is a “real gem” for the community, but uncertain funding could put it at risk.
That was one of the findings in the 2016-2017 Stanislaus County Civil Grand Jury report. Jurors decided to review the library system, though no complaints about it were received.
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Section V of the report is about Stanislaus County Library. It begins on page 31 of the PDF.
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