BPL Patrons React to Proposed Sunday Closings

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Globe today has an interesting article on the proposed closing of the BPL Central Branch on Sundays for the new fiscal year. From the article:

College students fleeing campus libraries, where chatty pals stand in the way of a polished term paper. City residents showing off a historic landmark to friends visiting from out of town. Job seekers down on their luck. They all come to the same place on Sunday afternoons from October to May — the central facility of the Boston Public Library in Copley Square. But next fall, they may have to look elsewhere, after the library’s Board of Trustees approved a budget proposal last week that calls for closing the Copley library on Sundays, as part of a larger effort to keep neighborhood branches open and avoid layoffs. Read more