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Rural Maine libraries on borrowed time as towns seek ways to save tax dollars

“If not for a donation of 125 books by Maine authors this spring, the Cherryfield Free Public Library would not have added a new book to its collection in two years. If not for volunteers, the library in Liberty would not be open six days a week. If not for supporters lobbying friends and neighbors for votes at the town meeting, the library in Mexico might be closed by now.” (via The Portland Press Herald)

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