"A cut in operational hours and personnel handling the bookmobile are two possibilities from the recent cut in the Mobile Public Library's budget.
The latest cut came from the city's 2013 budget, which slashed its annual appropriation to the library by 1.1 percent from $6.6 million in 2012 to $6.5 million next year."
Somewhere in Alabama, a librarian is looking longingly at her driving gloves. She thinks about pulling those little pieces of leather on one more time, taking out the bookmobile for one last hoorah before she is put down all together. She looks out the window and sighs, thinking of all the little country children who would squeal in delight as she honked the horn coming around the corner. The bookmobile librarian, the outreach of the most out reaching librarian, is no more. Remember her.
Where do bookmobile librarians go when they are put out to pasture? Is there a farm?