Editorial: Help chart future of local public libraries




A generation ago, public library patrons searched for books using the card catalog.

They borrowed music on cassette tapes and movies in VHS format. (Sorry, Beta owners, libraries couldn’t afford to buy movies in both formats.)

Children attended story times, and their parents and other adults attended lectures, workshops and other special programs.

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