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July 3, 1988 | United Press International
Shasta County has become the first county in the state to eliminate its libraries, shutting them down for a second time. The county closed the buildings because of money problems last October, then reopened them three months later. But in March, voters rejected a proposed half-cent sales tax, forcing the county to phase out library services at its nine branches. The last of them closed Thursday.
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January 31, 1989
Two public libraries reopened in Shasta County after about $250,000 came from county, local and state sources to offset budget problems that caused their closure last June 30. The main Redding library and a branch in Anderson were back in operation. A third branch, in Burney, is scheduled to open March 1 with $5,400 in county and local funds.
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NEWS
January 31, 1989
Two public libraries reopened in Shasta County after about $250,000 came from county, local and state sources to offset budget problems that caused their closure last June 30. The main Redding library and a branch in Anderson were back in operation. A third branch, in Burney, is scheduled to open March 1 with $5,400 in county and local funds.
NEWS
July 3, 1988 | United Press International
Shasta County has become the first county in the state to eliminate its libraries, shutting them down for a second time. The county closed the buildings because of money problems last October, then reopened them three months later. But in March, voters rejected a proposed half-cent sales tax, forcing the county to phase out library services at its nine branches. The last of them closed Thursday.
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