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Pasadena : Neighbors Rally for Library

A group of residents living near tiny Sunnyslope Library on Rosemead Boulevard have organized to fight to keep a library in their neighborhood.

The county has had a library in the Sunnyslope area for more than 75 years, but the current one-room facility may be demolished soon to make way for a mini-mall proposed by Arcadia developer Ron Rossiter.

Paul Knicker, a leader of the residents’ group, said they don’t oppose the plan, but want a guarantee from the county that the Sunnyslope Library will be relocated.

Linda Crismond, the county’s chief librarian, said no decision has been made on the whether the library would be moved or closed.

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