Thursday, August 26, 2010

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: Drumming Up Solutions

Link to WDUQ-FM audio report, "Library Turns to Public for Funding Ideas".

Summary: The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh opened its doors 115 years ago. Today—like many libraries around the country—it’s facing a deficit. DUQ’s Larkin Page-Jacobs reports the organization is turning to its patrons to help drum up solutions.

Related articles:
Budget woes continue.  (8/25/2010)
Ravenstahl calls Carnegie Library's finances into question.  (5/28/2010)
City council approves $640,000 grant for library.  (5/26/2010)
City council vote may save branches.  (12/1/2009)
Pittsburgh's declining population major factor in library funding crisis.  (11/8/2009)
Changes anger community.  (10/31/2009)

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