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Greater Victoria library board approves $18-million budget

The Board of Vancouver Island Regional Library has adopted a balanced operating budget of $18,213,906 for 2012.

This year, the provincial government provided $1,265,213, an increase of  $79,294 over last year. Municipal and rural levies will contribute $16,486,603 to the library budget. The remainder of budgeted revenues come from overdue and other fees, and investment income.

Budget expenditures include $2,228,283 for purchase of library materials, up three per cent over last year.

 

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