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Anonymous Patron writes " The Boston Globe: Libraries no longer can rest on their bookshelves. Whether it's supplying fast access to Internet databases or cool air and a cozy seat, libraries must meet a new range of consumer demands to retain their central spot in the community. And they must do so -- at least in Massachusetts -- on drastically reduced budgets.
That is the challenge Kathy Glick-Weil relishes tackling as she takes over as president of the Massachusetts Library Association"