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January 6, 1988 | Associated Press
Less than three months after they closed for lack of money, five Shasta County public libraries reopened Tuesday with $220,000 from the county's reserve fund, officials said. The libraries, including the main branch in Redding, will operate part time until June 30 and will no longer provide reference librarians or children's program.
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January 6, 1988 | Associated Press
Less than three months after they closed for lack of money, five Shasta County public libraries reopened Tuesday with $220,000 from the county's reserve fund, officials said. The libraries, including the main branch in Redding, will operate part time until June 30 and will no longer provide reference librarians or children's program.
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November 13, 1987
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors has closed Shasta General Hospital in Redding despite a court order requiring that it be kept open. The hospital stopped admitting patients in preparation for a complete shutdown because of budget problems. Supervisors estimated losses at $10,000 per day. They said they were uncertain about the legal ramifications of closing the hospital to help reduce an $850,000 county budget deficit.
NEWS
November 13, 1987
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors has closed Shasta General Hospital in Redding despite a court order requiring that it be kept open. The hospital stopped admitting patients in preparation for a complete shutdown because of budget problems. Supervisors estimated losses at $10,000 per day. They said they were uncertain about the legal ramifications of closing the hospital to help reduce an $850,000 county budget deficit.
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