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June 22, 2010

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David Clapp

The main point is that a stitch in time saves nine. If The Public Library properly handles the automation emergency, there will be no need to explain why we did not take reasonable steps to maintain service.

Melanie Hogue

SOME will say that BP's disaster is different because there are more serious consequences to global environmental harm; BUT, I recently saw a slogan that puts it in a different perspective.

"Cutting libraries in a recession is like cutting hospitals in a plague."

In other words, we shouldn't fail to maintain the effectiveness of institutions that help people in any of these disasters.

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