The Star Tribune reported that the Minneapolis Library Board will merge with the Hennepin County library system.
The vote, which according to the article was both "historic" and "bittersweet." The vote will try to keep Minneapolis's city libraries open. One intresting fact that I found in the article is that library system in Minneapolis is 122-years-old.
Minneapolis closed three libraries last year. The hope here is that those three will be reopened with the help of Hennepin County.
Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) is a great resource for previous information relating to the library topic. They have not reported any stories about the resent decision.