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Monday, July 27, 2009
92Y Library Update

You may have heard that the 92Y library (as it currently exists) is closing on July 31. You may also have heard rumors about what that means, and we want to set the record straight. The reality is that this is one of many actions the Y is taking to cut costs because of the recession. We’re committed to offering library services, and many of the books will be available in other locations around the building. We’re also working on building a ground-floor reading room where people can relax, read, use their laptops (there will be free wi-fi) or one of our computer terminals. If you want to know more, you can read about why we’re making the changes and what our plans are in this letter from our executive director, Sol Adler.

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