Libraries, like books, need a spine
Anonymous Patron writes "Libraries, like books, need a spine
(a commentary on the psychic business that was covered earlier), by columnist Michael Fitzgerald: A library is the ultimate university. Its teachers are books. It must offer as many courses as possible, or the community it serves diminishes. And there are plenty who would have it that way. They thrive in the diminished world." Interesting to note the mayor connecting the decision with an alleged library donation.
If a donor can call the shots against a municipal entity's mission, what's next, buying indulgences from the police department?