With no more room, library adopts ‘in with the new, out with the old’ policy

Apparently somebody’s still reading the printed word. On paper. In books.

The Kasson, Minn., library is bursting at the seams, reports the Rochester Post Bulletin, so much that, whenever a new book comes in, they’ve got to get rid of one to make room.

It’s only 2,400 square feet, and the local library board is looking for a new building, maybe 15,000 and 20,000 square feet.

They expect the library to get even busier with the downturn of the economy because people can check out books and rent DVDs for free.

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