Seattle to ask voters for money to keep libraries running

KIng5 – “With no computer at home, Marilyn Niles depends on the public library access to look for work. “It’s a lifeline. I wouldn’t be able to find a job probably,” she said. Upgraded technology and more library workers are promised as part of the library levy. Also, after four years of budget cuts, with closings and furloughs, the levy will restore some library hours. It will add Sunday hours at 15 branches and restore seven-day-a-week service at the Columbia and Northgate branches.”

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