From the Cincinnati Enquirer:
Dozens of speakers pleaded with library officials Tuesday night to keep the Greenhills branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County open . . .
Speakers ranged from 78-year-old Frederick Weissborn, a Greenhills resident since 1959, to 8-year-old Eric Reardon, who started going to the library before he could read . . .
A crowd of about 400 packed the Winton Woods Middle School auditorium for the last of those public hearings Tuesday night.
At Tuesday\'s hearing, the board also received more than 400 letters from Beechwoods Elementary School students who want the library to stay open.