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An earlier start
July 14, 2014, 05:00 AM

Tom Jung/Daily Journal

On Monday, July 7, the Main Branch of San Mateo Public Library held a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the beginning of its new operating hours. Starting Monday, the library will be open to the public at 10:00 a.m. on Monday through Saturday, one full hour earlier. Katharine Mahaffey, left, Deputy City Librarian Elliot Warren, City Librarian Ben Ocón, library trustee Sarah Giffen, library board of directors member Sue Lempert, literary society member Joann Hahaffey, library trustees Robin Rodricks and Albert Acena, volunteer Sherry Fong, and Evan Mahaffey attended the ceremony.

 

 

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