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In 1948, an experiment was conducted to see if New York State could promote shared services among small rural public libraries. The site of the experiment was Watertown, New York, and the results would change library service in America. On the staff were eight librarians to help the member libraries adopt polices, improve their […]
The Four County Library System (4CLS) is located in south-central New York and covers Broome, Chenango, Delaware, and Otsego County. 4CLS’s 4,000 square mile service area includes 42 member libraries. The largest library in the system is the Broome County Public Library, situated in Binghamton and chartered to serve to the entire county’s population. On […]
The Clinton-Essex-Franklin Library System spans a geographically isolated area of 164,000 square miles which is, as we like to describe in our public relations pieces, “approximately the size of the state of Connecticut.” Member public libraries are dotted across a historically rich yet economically disadvantaged region that ranges from Tupper Lake, deep in the Adirondack […]