Last night's meeting dragged on into this morning, but the Pomona City Council found a way to keep the city's lone public library open for another year. A budget allocation of $400,000 will avert closure, the Daily Bulletin says. Also, a new wrinkle: Neighboring Rancho Cucamonga has shown an interest in running Pomona's library for them.
Previously on LA Observed:
Pomona delays vote on closing its only library