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News - March 24, 2006

Friends weigh in on libraries' futures

Possible bond measure among group's ideas

by Bill D'Agostino

The nonprofit Friends of the Palo Alto Library is suggesting the city consider floating another bond measure to improve the cramped Mitchell Park Library; expanding the number of hours the city's five libraries are open; and joining a consortium of libraries to increase the number of items available for check-out.

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Staff Writer Bill D'Agostino can be e-mailed at bdagostino@paweekly.com.

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