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April 13, 2004

DO THE PARCEL TAX, THEY MAY NOT BE CONTRIBUTING. WE HAVE A LOT OF CITIES THAT HAVE BEEN PARTNERS WITH US THAT I DON'T WANT TO PUNISH AS WELL, TOO.

SUP. MOLINA: WELL, I DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM AT LOOKING AT THOSE THINGS. THAT'S A GOOD THING. THOSE CITIES-- AND WE MAY LOOK AT OTHER OPPORTUNITIES. I MEAN, HUNTINGTON PARK DID NOT GET THE TAXES BUT THEY NEED A CARPET DESPERATELY AND SO WE NEED TO NEGOTIATE WITH THE CITY TO SEE IF MAYBE WE COULD FIND A WAY. JANITORIAL SERVICES, THINGS THAT THE CITIES MIGHT CONTRIBUTE THAT WE COULD WORK WITH THEM ON. AND I THINK IT'S A PLAN THAT WE SHOULD LOOK AT -- SOME OF THESE CITIES ARE GENUINELY INTERESTED IN TRYING TO FIND A WAY TO KEEP THE HOURS, TO KEEP THOSE LIBRARY SERVICES IN PLACE, AND DON'T WANT TO ABANDON IT. SO I DON'T HAVE A PROBLEM WITH IT, MR. KNABE, BUT TO NOT LOOK AT IT AS AN OPTION I THINK IS A PROBLEM.

SUP. KNABE, CHAIR: OKAY. SUPERVISOR BURKE AND THEN SUPERVISOR YAROSLAVSKY.

SUP. BURKE: WELL, I-- THE ONLY THING THAT I WOULD HOPE IS THAT YOU LOOK AT IT IN TERMS OF SUBSTITUTION OF SERVICES BY THE CITY BASED UPON THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHAT THE COST IS THAT WE PROVIDE AND THE AMOUNT THAT THEY ARE COMPENSATING US FOR THROUGH THEIR PARCEL TAX BECAUSE WE HAVE CITIES THAT ARE

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