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Cape Cod Times: More than 100 people, primarily seniors, turned out at a public forum last night to speak about the state of municipal budget cuts and how they will affect the town's library services.
The residents overwhelmingly expressed displeasure at the possibility that one of the town's three library branches might soon be closed. They pleaded with members of the library board to keep "their" library open no matter what was cut from the three libraries collectively to do so.