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Her message is clear: No more mustard yellow carpet (she's got that right).
During the past four years, Library Services Director Nancy Martinez has hoped that the 31-year-old carpet in the Lodi Public Library would disintegrate while it was being cleaned.
After completing $1.8 million in renovations last August, staff is already looking toward finishing the rest of the library, which is mainly the adult area, and finally replacing all of the mustard carpet.
Councilmember Bob Johnson said there is quite the contrast between the new children's area and the adult section at the council's shirtsleeves meeting Tuesday.
"Some of those chairs could be donated to the Smithsonian," Johnson added.
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