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The new Boise public library: Woodward looks forward — and back

Idaho Statesman columnist Tim Woodward is pretty excited about a new public library. But he remembers being, oh, so excited when the old one was the new library. "Let's not forget all the great things this one has done for us," he says.
kjones@idahostatesman.com