An Anonymous Patron sent along This One From Tacoma, WA that looks at some interesting survey results, and reactions to a previous story:
"Jeffrey T. Davis wrote an e-mail saying his family visits its local library more than once a week and noted abysmal morale among librarians shuttled between different branch libraries operating on limited funding.
The solution, Davis wrote, lies in giving libraries more money to keep branches open. â€œPeople cannot use libraries and their services unless they have physical access to those libraries,â€? he said.
â€œWhile I think our (library) system facilities could probably be cut if it had to be,â€? reader M.A. Coty wrote, â€œI wonder if three â€˜big boxâ€™ libraries is enough for our population.â€?