A thing I've never understood is how counties and cities interact in the U.S. The city I live in has a small city funded library that's not part of the county system which has a county library a few miles up the road. Why not just split the cost with the county and have one library system?


Although, I just realized that having two library systems means separate max book limits so I can check out more stuff at once.

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