Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh announces plan to close/merge branches

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh's board of trustees voted last night to close or merge eight facilities, trim hours and cut staff to save an estimated $1.2 million in the 2010 budget.

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SAVE OUR LIBRARIES!!

Rally at City Council Open Hearing Tuesday, October 27th 10 am

Now is an absolutely crucial time for showing your support for our neighborhood libraries. We can stop branch closings and get our politicians to commit to real long-term funding in this election time. They've already started discussions so let's keep the pressure on and make it happen!

3 Rivers
6 Rings
19 Branches
NO LESS.

Show up with signs and friends.

City Council Building
414 Grant Street
Downtown Pittsburgh

YOU CAN ALSO:

- Write a letter to the editor
- Call the Mayor's 311 Line
- Call your County Council Representative 412-350-6490

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