By Meredith Farkas | December 28, 2004
The New York Times today has a story about the closing of the Salinas Public Library. What a sad situation. In a community comprised of many migrant and blue collar workers, losing the library may have a tremendous impact on community life (especially for children, immigrants, and the elderly). They may not realize it now, but a small tax increase to save their library may have been a small price to pay for a priceless community institution.
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