UPDATE: N&R coverage.
So it turns out that our public library system actually employs a team of conscientious professionals, and is overseen by a board of dedicated community folk, and these people take their jobs seriously, and they have been working to address the issue of computer porn.
Tonight's City Council vote to maintain current computer usage policies and to get more data about usage over the next 90 days seems like a sensible decision.
Good on Mary Rakestraw, who actually works with the library staff and board and knows something about what they do, for speaking up on their behalf. Library trustee chair Steven Allen was a gently dominating presence, too.
The upcoming report on sites accessed from library computers, not to mention the interpretations of that data, should be interesting to see.