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As L. S. S. I. Takes Over Libraries, Patrons Can’t Keep Quiet. The company, known as L. S. S. I., runs 1.
Its basic pitch to cities is that it fixes broken libraries — more often than not by cleaning house.“A lot of libraries are atrocious,” Mr. Pezzanite said. “Their policies are all about job security. That’s why the profession is nervous about us. You can go to a library for 3. We’re not running our company that way. You come to us, you’re going to have to work.”The members of the Santa Clarita City Council who voted to hire L. S. S. I. acknowledge there was no immediate threat to the libraries.
The council members say they want to ensure the libraries’ long- term survival in a state with increasingly shaky finances. Until now, the three branch locations have been part of the Los Angeles County library system. Under the new contract, the branches will be withdrawn from county control and all operations — including hiring staff and buying books — ceded to L. S. S. I. Photo. Jane Hanson, at a Santa Clarita library, is opposed to an outsourcing plan. Credit. J. Emilio Flores for The New York Times “The libraries are still going to be public libraries,” said the mayor pro tem, Marsha Mc.
Lean. “When people say we’re privatizing libraries, that is just not a true statement, period.”Library employees are furious about the contract. Pirate Dress Up Adults. But the reaction has been mostly led by patrons who say they cannot imagine Santa Clarita with libraries run for profit.“A library is the heart of the community,” said one opponent, Jane Hanson. I’m in favor of private enterprise, but I can’t feel comfortable with what the city is doing here.”Mrs. Hanson and her husband, Tom, go to their local branch every week or two to pick up tapes for the car and books to read after dinner. Mrs. Hanson recently checked out Willa Cather’s classic “Death Comes for the Archbishop,” although she was only mildly in favor of its episodic style; she has higher hopes for her current choice, on the shadowy world of North Korea. The suggestion that a library is different — and somehow off limits to the outsourcing fever — has been echoed wherever L.
S. S. I. has gone. The head of the county library system, Margaret Donnellan Todd, says L. S. S. I. is viewed as an unwelcome outsider.“There is no local connection,” she said. People are receiving superb service in Santa Clarita. I challenge that L. S. S. I. will be able to do much better.”As a recent afternoon shaded into evening, there were more than a hundred patrons at the main Santa Clarita library.
Students were doing their homework. Old men paged through newspapers. Children gathered up arm’s loads of picture books. It was a portrait of civic harmony and engagement. Mrs. Hanson, who is 8. Vietnam War. She drew up a petition warning that the L.
S. S. I. contract would result in “greater cost, fewer books and less access,” with “no benefit to the citizens.” Using a card table in front of the main library branch, she gathered 1,2. Photo. The basic pitch that the company Library Systems & Services makes to cities is that it fixes broken libraries — often by cleaning house. Credit. J. Emilio Flores for The New York Times L.
S. S. I. says none of Mrs. Hanson’s fears are warranted, but the anti- outsourcing forces continue to air their suspicions at private meetings and public forums, even wondering whether a recall election is feasible.“Public libraries invoke images of our freedom to learn, a cornerstone of our democracy,” Deanna Hanashiro, a retired teacher, said at the most recent city council meeting. Frank Ferry, a Santa Clarita councilman, dismisses the criticism as the work of the Service Employees International Union, which has 8. The union has been distributing red shirts defending the status quo.
Union members out in red shirts in defense of union jobs,” Mr. Ferry said. Library employees are often the most resistant to his company, said Mr. Pezzanite, a co- founder of L. S. S. I. — and, he suggested, for reasons that only reinforce the need for a new approach.“Pensions crushed General Motors, and it is crushing the governments in California,” he said. While the company says it rehires many of the municipal librarians, they must be content with a 4. L. S. S. I. got its start 3. In the mid- 1. 99.
Los Angeles County, New York City, Chicago and the City of Los Angeles. The company is majority owned by Islington Capital Partners, a private equity firm in Boston, and has about $3. Officials would not discuss the company’s profitability. Some L. S. S. I. customers have ended their contracts, while in other places, opposition has faded with time. In Redding, Calif., Jim Ceragioli, a board member of the Friends of Shasta County Library, said he initially counted himself among the skeptics. But he has since changed his mind. I can’t think of anything that’s been lost,” Mr.
Ceragioli said. The library in Redding has expanded its services and hours. And the volunteers are still showing up — even if their assistance is now aiding a private company.