You won’t be able to read this paper there on Sunday from now on either. Which, if you are actually reading this on the correct date, probably doesn’t seem to matter to you as you are among the lucky ones who could afford to get your own copy, have home/office access to a computer or are able to borrow a Rome News-Tribune from a friend, neighbor or at one of the many places of business that provide copies to customers in the belief it is important for everyone to be able to keep up with what is going on. And to read their ads, of course.
Such, apparently, do not include those in elected office who have squeezed the library’s operating funds to such a point that this closure decision had to be made ... along with quite a few others that will be reducing the services offered.
An uninformed public remains too ignorant of such matters to seek to correct them. Let’s hope that such is not a part of some master plan by those in power.