Opposing Prop. 81 doesn't mean you're against books, literacy


Not supporting libraries is like saying you're against mom and apple pie. But opposing a ballot measure to borrow $600 million in bonds for libraries isn't about disliking books or opposing literacy. It's about fiscal common sense. Story continued here...


The editorial wants students to study at City Hall? For an hour and a half Monday--Friday? Our beautiful Art Deco City Hall is very nice, but not really a good place for studying. And what about security? I try never to go unless I have to because library employees don't get picture IDs, so I get wanded and searched like everyone else. I'm sure teenagers would love that, though. Maybe they have groovy city halls where everyone sits around on bean bag chairs out there in California.

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