Wednesday, February 8, 2012

“It’s difficult to operate under budget cuts"

The 29 percent cut did not negatively influence services, Nutting said, noting that hours were not reduced and programs were not dropped. Nutting said the cut was a move to make the library more efficient. 
“The library is fully open and functional,” Nutting said. 
Cuts came from cost-saving initiatives such as eliminating a circulation desk and encouraging self-checkout, he said. 
“The reality is, the library took a large cut simply because of the way the library does business,” Nutting said. “The outcome is we’re getting good services for less dollars.”

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