Circulation on the rise at Taylor County Public Library

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More library cards ordered after 3,000 are issued

By Calen McKinney

ounty Public Library is on the rise.
At Monday’s regular Taylor County Public Library Board meeting, members heard that circulation is on the rise in almost every area at the library.
Library Director Julia Turpin told Board members that she recently had to order more library cards to meet patron demand.
As of the meeting, she said, more than 3,000 had been issued, and the cards have had to be ordered three times.
She said circulation for last month was up five percent when compared to figures for last year.

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