Library board decides to axe jobs, but puts off decision to reduce operating hours
City councillor (and notorious bookworm) Doug Ford can breathe a sigh of relief: according to a leaked document (and eagle-eyed Torontoist commenters), it appears the libraries in his ward won’t see a reduction in operating hours. So perhaps the libraries in Dougie’s ward aren’t so empty after all? Of course, the Toronto Star pointed that out months ago—but, hey, the Fords probably weren’t listening. Meanwhile, the paper also reports that some of the city’s busiest branches will cut hours in order to meet Ford’s budget demands. The decision on these cuts has been postponed for a month, a move that made headlines today. But what’s more interesting about this story is somewhat buried: while the library board put off the difficult decision to cut hours, they supported other reductions, including the elimination of 100 jobs. Read the entire story [Globe and Mail] »
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