Citizens of SC should have a say on new library

Letter to the SC Sentinel, 7/23/2022

Don Lane’s interest in a new library (Guest Commentary, July 16) that will move into a commercial space several blocks away from the civic center lacks understanding of what Stephen Kessler is attempting to convey. I feel the Kessler is only asking that the citizens of Santa Cruz have a say on the downtown planning. Don Lane brought up the wording of “Measure S” as clearly stating that a new library could be built. I have read and re-read that measure and I don’t see how that wording is clear...

— Tim Kensit, Santa Cruz

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