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East Side Library amnesty?

In front of Spokane City Hall, students from Sheridan and Franklin elementary schools and Chase Middle School protest the proposed closure of the East Side Library on Monday.  (Colin Mulvany)
In front of Spokane City Hall, students from Sheridan and Franklin elementary schools and Chase Middle School protest the proposed closure of the East Side Library on Monday. (Colin Mulvany)

Neighborhoods Matter is working with Spokane Public Library to find a way of paying for library fines or extend amnesty to blocked library cards at the East Central library. Read the story here.




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