Column: Cops, not books? This town's library may become a police station
U.S. · MEDIA
May 7, 20226 min read1271 words
Published: May 7, 2022  |  6 min read1271 words
When I visited this small Central Valley town on a recent Friday afternoon, the most happening place by far was the public library. Teens sped around on their bikes in the ample parking lot, then went inside to peruse the bookshelves. Classical music — Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony,...
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The article covers the cash strapped community of McFarland, California and their dilemma of providing a public library versus police services. The content explains the police will occupy the current public library and a new library will be opened in the future at an undisclosed location for limited hours and days.
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