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July 16, 2019


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Locate the library elsewhere like the old StatesmanJournal building. There's ample room and several floors for the stacks and other equipment.

Please do not put the temporary library in the proposed building or on that property. This will cause a problem with people in the LBTQ community who use the library.

There's plenty of vacant places in town. If the church is anti-LGBTQ it seems a violation of LGBTQ rights and more than that, a violation of all taxpayers rights. If it's a public library, it should not partake in any discrimination.
Please find a neutral location.

I totally agree with the Salem Human Rights Commission who voted unanimously to reject the plan to use the church-owned building for a temporary library.

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