Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Camden: College Library Will Also Serve as Public Library Branch
A library returning to downtown Camden. (Philadelphia Inquirer, 5/31/2011)
Excerpt: The city's library system closed in February amid budget problems.
The county library system took over the one remaining neighborhood branch, but the downtown branch was closed.
Now, a portion of the Paul Robeson Library at Rutgers University's campus in the city's downtown is going to be reconfigured for use as another county library branch.
Branch now part of county system. (4/28/2011)
Downtown library closes for good. (2/10/2011)
Library decides to puts a positive spin on the situation. (1/16/2011)
Camden County Library System takes over Camden Free Public Library. (12/30/2011)
Reformatting the library. (10/16/2010)
2011 budget outlook remains bleak for Camden New Jersey. (10/9/2010)
Fairview branch library is closed for good. (9/8/2010)
Library board postpones decision on closing branch. (9/2/2010)
"An oasis in the desert". (8/15/2010)
Camden New Jersey squeeze play? (8/11/2010)
Camden mayor plays an odd game of library advocacy. (8/9/2010)
The library dumpster solution. (8/6/2010)
Mayor proposes 70% cut in library funding. (7/19/2010)