The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors voted 4-1 on Tuesday to approve a contract with the city of Stockton for library services to all library branches outside the seven cities in the county.
The new contract, pending approval Tuesday night by the Stockton City Council, will require the city of Stockton to maintain separate budgets for the Stockton branches and for the branches in rural areas. The county allocated $5 million in property tax revenue for the current fiscal year when the Board of Supervisors adopted the county budget last June.
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