For the third year in a row, the
Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County
(PLCHC) has ranked in the top 10 nationally.
Cincinnati placed 10th among 79 library systems in the "Over 500,000 population" category in Hennen's American Public Library Ratings
The ratings are based on statistics such as circulation, customer visits per hour, and number of volumes owned per capita.
While PLCHC executive director Kim Fender is pleased with the ranking, she tells WLWT.com that "our Library is much more than the number of items on the shelves".
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