Library closes book on slow development
BATON ROUGE- The library board is ready to cut ties with a developer whose project has yet to come to fruition.
Thursday, the board voted to ask metro council to end the city's agreement with Tommy Spinosa to build a library in the planned Rouzan community. Spinosa donated land for the library. The development is behind schedule.
The board is considering other sites for a southside library.
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