Posted: Nov 12, 2009 6:13 PM by Jimena Martinez
Updated: Nov 12, 2009 6:13 PM
Fourteen positions will be eliminated at libraries throughout San Luis Obispo County, beginning next year.
Not only will they face cuts in personnel, but library hours may also be reduced.
The county said it's trying to work this out, especially since the number of people using the libraries is the highest it's ever been.
"We're going to the board of supervisors in a couple of weeks to try to ask to save some of those positions with vacant ones," said Brian Reynolds, San Luis Obispo County Library Director. "So it really depends on what happens there, what the impact will be," said Reynolds.
The county official said more than half of San Luis Obispo County has a library card.
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