We need libraries, but city doesn’t get it

“The city fathers (and mothers) of Seattle are presenting voters with a calculating, cynical choice in the Aug. 7 primary:  If you won’t let us push off  a core city budget obligation onto your shoulders, we will cut back hours and possibly even close your neighborhood library. Offloading is at the heart of  the $123 million, seven-year Seattle Public Library operations levy.  Naturally, consultants frame it differently in yard signs going up across the city:  “Vote for Libraries.” How could anybody NOT vote for Seattle libraries?”

via seattlepi.com

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