One casualty of the Great Recession was $22 million in budget cuts for libraries in the City of Los Angeles. But, four years ago, voters started reversing the damage with Measure L. First, Monday services were restored. Now, eight of the system's 72 regional branches and the downtown Central Library are open again on Sundays. KCRW's arts and culture reporter Lisa Napoli is following the story.
Good News and New Hours for City Libraries
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