Groundbreaking For The New Downtown Library
Friday, July 30, 2010
TH CITY AND SCHOOLS ARE HAVING A ROUGH FINANCIAL GO. IN DOWNTOWN SAN DIEGO THIS WEEK THE MOOD WAS ALL CELEBRATION WHEN GROUND WAS BROKEN FOR THE $185 MILLION NEW CENTRAL LIBRARY. KPBS METRO REPORTER WAS AT THE CEREMONY AND SPOKE WITH THE FOUNDER WHO DONATED $20 MILLION TO THE PROJECT. AND KATIE SPOKE WITH KEVIN FAULKNER.
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THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT THE ECONOMIC TIMES ARE TOUGH BUT THERE IS NO DOUBT THAT YOU MOVE FORWARD AS A CITY. THIS TYPE OF PROJECT WITH FUNDING SOURCES THAT WILL NOT TAKE AWAY ANY ADDITIONAL FUNDING I THINK WAS THE RIGHT, SMART FINANCIAL DECISION HOW IT CAME TOGETHER WITH PEOPLE HELPING OUT AND WITH A GENEROUS DONATION.
WE ARE ALWAYS FAVORING HELP THROUGH EDUCATION. I BENEFITED GREATLY. I REMEMBER IN MASSACHUSETTS GOING ON A STREET CAR DOWN TO THE LIBRARY ONCE A WEEK TO TAKE OUT A PILE OF BOOKS. LATER WE WILL LIVING ABOUT TWO BLOCKS FROM A LIBRARY WITH THE VERY FIRST FREE PUBLIC CHILDREN'S LIBRARY. THOSE MEMORIES ARE SPECIAL. WE BENEFITS FROM EDUCATION AND HAVING ACCESS TO BOOKS. NOW WITH THE DIGITAL MEDIA IT IS A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE TO GO IN THE LIBRARIES AND SEE EVERYBODY THINKING TOGETHER AND ASKING QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSING ISSUES. I SUSPECT THAT WILL BE A GREAT USE FOR THIS LIBRARY.
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