Three CT Law Libraries Close Due To Budget Cuts

Capitol Watch Blog – “The Judicial Branch closed law libraries in Norwich, Milford and Willimantic April 1 because of budget cuts. Closing the libraries saves the state $289,000, the branch says, adding that there were no layoffs. Staff members were relocated to the state’s 13 remaining law libraries. If finances do not improve, the branch says it will close three more libraries in Hartford, Bridgeport and Litchfield this summer. Juvenile courthouses in Norwalk and Willimantic would close on or about July 1, and the Superior Court in Bristol would close Jan. 1, 2011.”

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