New Orleans libraries turn over a new leaf with state-of-the-art buildings

New Orleans libraries turn over a new leaf with state-of-the-art buildings
For some New Orleanians, the story of the post-Katrina public library system's resurrection might read like a never-ending tale. While officials managed to reopen five of the 13 storm-damaged locations quickly, many neighborhoods have been forced to rely on makeshift mini-libraries housed in trailers, bookmobiles, elementary schools and abandoned retail spaces, including a former video rental store on North Carrollton Avenue.

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