In the fall of 1988, our library system was well below state and national standards for facilities and books. We knew of no additional municipal appropriations that were earmarked for our system beyond normal operating expenses. To stay viable, we saw but one choice — a bond referendum. Accordingly, we convinced the city council to put a $10.6 million library bond referendum on the ballot.
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