San Diego’s public library system is owned by the county.
That makes it a key target of the tech giant’s acquisition of the San Diego Public Library system.
Google is hoping to acquire San Diego and add thousands of employees to the library system, which includes more than 8,000 libraries across the county, the San Jose Mercury News reported.
In June, Google announced plans to buy the San Francisco Public Library for $25 billion.
That purchase was announced just before Google’s annual shareholder meeting.
The San Diego city library system was created in 1959 and serves about 1.7 million people.
In 2017, the city’s public libraries lost about 20,000 employees, and the San Antonio Public Library lost nearly 30,000 staff, according to the San Jacinto Independent School District.
The city’s libraries are among the most diverse in the country.
In 2018, the census found that nearly a quarter of all Latinos in the United States were not born in the U.S. They are predominantly from Central America and the Caribbean.
The library system also has a strong community outreach program that has made it one of the fastest growing libraries in the state, according the San Diegos newspaper.
The Santa Fe Library is also among the fastest-growing libraries in San Diego County, which serves more than 6,500 students.
About 10,000 people attend the library every day, and it has a population of about 6,700, the newspaper reported.
The City of Santa Fe’s library is located at 1660 E. San Miguel, which is home to the city of Santa Cruz.
It opened in 2000.
The libraries library system has been around for more than 50 years, according Recode.
The county library system opened in 1966 and has a staff of about 8,300 people.
The district library system started in 1974.
The District library system covers nearly 6,000 schools in the county and serves more 9,000 students.