San Diego Central Library shuts its doors Saturdays

San Diego Examiner – “This past Saturday, the central library in downtown San Diego was closed for the first time in 18 years because the city no longer has enough money to operate it on Saturdays, reported Liam Dillon of voiceofsandiego.org. Cuts to the city’s budget have been coming with increased frequency as city officials put into effect changes designed to resolve the massive $179 million shortfall. The city had promised to eliminate various positions and to cut library hours Now, those cuts in hours have come to the central library.”

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