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People on the Street Interviews: Library Funding

Published: 11:45 PM, 07/29/2013


The Greeneville-Greene County Library faces potential budget cuts from county government, and library officials say they are already operating on a minimal budget. WHAT DO YOU THINK? GreenevilleSun.com took the question to the street to get public opinion on the library. The Sun talked with individuals at the Greeneville-Greene County Library, Sweet CeCe's and Jamaican Me Tan. Greeneville Sun video by Brian Cutshall.
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Keywords: Library,  Budget 


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