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Library looks at replacing vehicle

May 17, 2013

The James V. Brown Library Board discussed replacing a vehicle the library uses to transport books in its interlibrary exchange program Thursday....

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MrShaman

May-17-13 5:37 AM

"Although the board approved to pay no more than $30,000 for the vehicle, Confer said the library was looking to find a cheaper price tag by seeing if a car dealership could donate part or all of the price in exchange for an advertisement of the business on the van.

The vehicle's cost would be paid for using funds from a vehicle replacement fund the library has in place."

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Seriously....there isn't ONE, literate high-roller/1%er, in this town, who could afford to donate the ENTIRE co$t of such a vehicle??!!!!

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wwhickok

May-17-13 7:14 AM

There's plenty of them. The question Shaman is, is there any 1%'s in this town that aren't selfish, money mongering, a-holes? If there is..they're probably few and far between, most of them, from my experience, turn their nose up at the city beneath Grampian Blvd.

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MrShaman

May-17-13 8:16 AM

There's plenty of them. The question Shaman is, is there any 1%'s in this town that aren't selfish, money mongering, a-holes?" - wwhickok

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I'm sure any (potential) donators could manage it, anonymously, you know...just in case o' what "the neighbors might say".

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