Shelter Island library scraps Dewey system
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When Shelter Island's newly renovated public library holds its grand opening on Saturday, town residents will quickly notice that more has changed than the shelves, the computer station, the new patio and even the elevator.
What has changed the most is the location of the nonfiction books. The library has abandoned the Dewey decimal system, the code most of the country's libraries use to identify...