Last week, the New York Public Library announced that it was abandoning a controversial plan to renovate its flagship midtown building. Anthony Marx, president of the New York Public Library, discusses the decision, and what comes next for New York's libraries.
NYPL's Marx says main factor in decision to change renovation plan was financial. It came in at "considerably higher cost" than thought.— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) May 12, 2014
Anthony Marx @NYPL says the criticism that moving the stacks out of the main branch was "dead on."— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) May 12, 2014