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Harvey Milk Library Returns

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The Harvey Milk Memorial Library in Upper Market's reemerging this Saturday from its cocoon after 20 months of spit and polish, says The Snitch. The library also happens to counted among the branches singled out for preservation because of a certain 1950s architectural uniqueness. Anyway, "could the city have erected a brand new library that doesn't look like the squat, brick version of a Soviet factory for less than $5.5 million? It's rather likely. Could it have happened without inducing a blood feud from the city's preservationists? No, no, and no." There you have it. [Snitch, previously]