The Pulaski County Public Library in downtown Somerset has computers for patrons' use.  Photo by Bill Estep | Staff
The Pulaski County Public Library in downtown Somerset has computers for patrons' use. Photo by Bill Estep | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader
The Pulaski County Public Library in downtown Somerset has computers for patrons' use. Photo by Bill Estep | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader

Backers drop petition that might have closed Pulaski libraries

November 30, 2012 12:22 PM

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