NY Libraries Strive To Survive

WAMC – “Libraries across New York are being squeezed by increased demand for their services and concerns about funding. Capital District Bureau Chief Dave Lucas reports. Local public library systems are feeling the pinch from the slow economy. Shrinking budgets have resulted in hard decisions about trimming back hours and cutting programs. Utica Public Library Director Darby O’Brien says libraries exist to serve their local communities – which often includes people who have relocated to America from other countries.”

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