Launceston takes charge of its own library

Posted By on 1st May 2019

By Anne North The future of Launceston Library has been safeguarded for the community after a new agreement which will see it transferred to Launceston Town Council today (Wednesday 1st…


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  1. The question is are Cornwall paying for the backlog of maintenance (several tens of thousands of pounds by their own figures) and what benefits or assets have been transferred to the town to offset the costs of running the library?
    Are we being lumbered with a crumbling jerry-built building that is not suitable for co-locating services and expensive to run?
    Since all of the discussions about the library have been held with public and press excluded we have no way of knowing what has been agreed between these two public bodies – Cornwall Council and Launceston Town Council – is this acceptable?

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