“Call it round two. A day after confronting the Library System of Lancaster County chief in the city, officials from Lancaster Public Library carried the fight to the system’s turf. “People already think that we’re antiquated, that we’re not up with the times,” Heather Sharpe, who runs the Duke Street Business Center at LPL, told the LSLC board on Nov. 20. “I say, ‘Look how innovative and up to date we are,’ and then the computers don’t work,” she complained. “Or I’m presenting a program to business owners about what a wonderful business resource we have … and (the computer) just sit there and spins.” (via Lancaster Online)
Lancaster Online – :Heather Sharpe paged through a stack of books and marveled at the flat pages and undamaged bindings. “They’re a little wrinkly, some of them,” she said. “You can tell that they were wet. But really, this is amazing.” Sharpe is community relations coordinator for Lancaster Public Library where, on May 17, a furious downpour overwhelmed a rooftop drain and funneled water through the second-floor Teen Reading Room and down into the Gerald Lestz Reading Room below.