I'm an educator and I will attest that we need a city library, which includes literacy and education programs for both children and adults, including computer stations. It's a fact that children who are involved in Head Start types of reading programs do better and are more prepared for school. There is a growing population of Spanish speakers in Texas and ESL programs could also become part of the library programs. The reading of books and other digital formats should be part of keeping literacy alive in every town in America! A society that shuns books is a society in danger of being less informed, more influenced by fake and censored media news, less educated and illiterate. The love of reading involves the love of books, ebooks, newspapers, articles and magazines that give different views, not just one-sided political agenda. Libraries such as the McKinney and Plano libraries are some of the busiest ones I've observed, they are expanding them for the public and they are always very busy with people wanting to check out things of interest. A city that has a library is a city that cares about the well being and education of its citizens; it is a must have!