The author is Robert Taylor, formerly of the Contra Costa Times.
I know this library project been a hot topic on this blog. As I've said before, I was neutral on the new library project, and, as a resident of the unincorporated area, I didn't vote in any of the elections--and didn't pay all that much attention to them. So Robert's overview was useful to me.
I know a lot of you are experts on this topic. Feel free to go Walnut Creek Patch and share what you know and what you think. You don't have to use your real name when you register to post comments.
Also on Walnut Creek Patch this morning:
--A Special Memorial Day Service in Walnut Creek Honors Those Who Fought in America’s “Forgotten War”: Walnut Creek's Memorial Day service Monday paid tribute to America's fallen soldiers while helping some of us remember what many regard as 20th century America's "forgotten" war.
--Talking Broadway and "Into the Woods" with Northgate High Drama Alum Broadway didn’t say no to Ryan Weible. He said no to it. Now, the Northgate High alum and San Ramon Valley High teacher is doing the kind of theater he loves, including a new take on Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods" opening June 4 at the Lesher Center.
--Class Sizes at Walnut Creek School District Campuses Won't Get Bigger, But Other Cuts Coming Despite budget cuts, class sizes in the Walnut Creek School District to remain the same.