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Library Wants Public Feedback On Measure A Funds

In order to plan enhanced library services after the passage of Measure A in November, the Nevada County Community Library is seeking feedback from the public on a variety of subjects. Head Librarian Laura Pappani says they’re launching the first of four or five mini-surveys, each focused on a different aspect of services. She says the first one concerns hours and days of service….

click to listen to Laura Pappani

Measure A increases the sales tax for the six library branches by another fourth-of-a-cent. It takes effect in April. Pappani says it’ll about double their revenues this year. She says the first tangible service enhancements are expected to take effect this summer…

click to listen to Laura Pappani

Links to the surveys can be found on the Nevada County library website, as well as the websites for the Grass Valley Union and Yubanet. Paper copies will be available in Library branches. Survey responses will be incorporated into a five-year strategic plan, with completion hoped for in May.

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