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Copper theft prompts Bowie library to seek county money

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The latest misfortune at what may be Prince George's County's unluckiest library has the County Council reaching into last year's contingency funds. The copper wiring from the Bowie library's heating and cooling system was stolen early in the summer, necessitating $325,000 in repairs and other costs. The system was brand-new -- just a year earlier, a lightning strike had destroyed the old one....

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