The future looks bright for the Sacramento Public Library system, as it looks like they'll have the money to keep the doors open, and more.
That's thanks to the approval of Measure B in the June primary election.
Measure B is a $12-a-year property tax that is supposed to provide the dozen libraries in Sacramento with nearly $2 million in extra funding.
That money will keep the all those libraries in operation.
And since the city won't have to consider shutting down any libraries, they may start looking at upgrading services.
However, they have some time plan. Measure B funding won't start coming in until next January.