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.

Related articles:
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)

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