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Project/Research Report

Public-Private Partnership Saves Public Libraries, Avoids New Taxes

by Danny Jordan

A public-private partnership between Jackson County, Oregon, and several city governments in the county and a private library management company saved the county’s public libraries from indefinite closure after they had been shuttered for a six-month period because of a countywide budget crisis. It’s also saving Jackson County taxpayers approximately $27 million over a five-year period.

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2008

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