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Great River Regional Library Could Shut Down A Branch [AUDIO]

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ST. CLOUD — The Great River Regional Library could be closing one of their 32 branches.

Their 2014 budget was approved Tuesday during their Library Board of Trustees meeting showing approximately a $32,000 shortfall.

Julie Henne is the Regional Coordinator of Communications and Fund development. She says in order to balance their budget they will need to cut $32,000.

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These cuts could result in the closing of one of their branch libraries.

A decision has not been made. The board will look at this issue at their September meeting.

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