A proposed compromise for library plan

Updated: Jul 13

by Mark Levy | January 13, 2022 | Op-ed, SC Sentinel

I have lived, taught, and worked in Santa Cruz proper since 1971. I’ve seen a lot

of change. All too often, I’ve witnessed change with non-transparent ulterior


In the case of the new library battle, I am suspicious of what the plan is for the

current, possibly soon-to-be “old” library building, if vacated. I have not heard

those plans included in the discussions at all. Is it to become more office space for

the city council and for the city administrators? Or what?...

Mark Levy is a resident of Santa Cruz, a retired high school teacher at Santa Cruz

High School for 36 years and active in process inclusive reform.

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