There are many ways to interpret this.
A lot of the closings are due to financial reasons, as libraries that serve low-income families have seen their budgets tighten over the past year.
That’s because of cuts in federal and state funding.
And some of the biggest cuts have come to schools and colleges that serve students from low- and moderate-income backgrounds.
But a few of the big closures come at the same time.
The San Antonio Public Library has closed its doors for the week.
Its president and CEO, Joe DePaola, said the closure was the result of a recession.
The library has been operating since 2013.
DePaola says that it was difficult to find the funds to make ends meet.
He says the library is now at a “worse point than it was a year ago” because of the financial crisis.
The Dallas Public Library will close for the weekend, as well.
It was founded in 1976, and has been open since 1894.
It is the oldest and largest library in Texas.
The Dallas Public library was a popular place for students to get free books.
The branch opened in 2011 and closed in 2014.
The community-owned branch also closed in 2015, and in 2018.
The library also shut down its library and movie theater, the only ones in the state.
The closure will allow the library to focus on its core mission of education, according to its website.
The move will allow library employees to focus more on their core duties and will allow staff to continue to serve the community.
The Austin Public Library said it is also closing for the past week.
The Austin Public library opened in 1882 and closed after the Civil War.
Its mission is to educate people about their local history and culture, according its website and in a letter on its website to its patrons.
The letter also noted that the library has closed since 2017.
The city of Austin is home to a population of more than 9 million people, and the library serves a diverse range of communities, including low- to moderate- income families.
A handful of other libraries will also close in the coming weeks, including the Austin Public High School Library in Austin, the Austin Police Department library in Austin and the Austin Museum of Art library in San Antonio.
The Texas Library Association released a statement on its blog saying that it is committed to providing quality public access to all Texas libraries.
It said the libraries were facing financial hardships because of “a very challenging economic climate” and because of other issues that have impacted the Texas economy.
The American Library Association has said that the libraries are in a position to support their staff with a combination of job opportunities, tuition relief, health insurance benefits and retirement savings.
They are also offering them tax credits to help them maintain their financial strength.