Those 7,000 books will have a home!

Back on October 30th, I reported on the the Sequoia Genealogical Society’s collection of 7,000 books that was not going to be included in the new Tulare, California library building. Click here to read that posting.

Last evening, the Tulare City Council stated support for housing the collection in the new library building. It will still require a council vote next week but it looked good after two hours of comment! “The collection belongs to the city,” Councilman Richard Ortega said. “It’s our responsibility to see it’s well kept.”

Read the update in the Visalia Times-Delta by clicking here.

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