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Library's computers out of order until at least Monday morning

All quiet on the computer front. Three-dozen public access computers are blocked off with chairs at the Delray Beach Public Library.

The public-use computers at the Delray Beach Public Library will be unavailable until at least Monday, March 26.

More than three-dozen computers are normally available during library hours for library cardholders' needs. About 2,000 people visit the Delray Beach Public Library, 100 W. Atlantic Ave., daily.

The library did not send a press release out about the shut down but it is most likely due to software or security upgrades.


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Dave DiPinoDave DiPino
David DiPino joined Forum Publishing Group in August 2006. As a reporter for the Delray Forum, David covers community news and writes a dining column twice a month that focuses on restaurants in South Palm Beach County.

He also is one of the writers of the twice-monthly Hometown Downtown column that looks at events, celebrations, and organizations in Delray and Boynton Beach. He freelances for the Sun-Sentinel during high school football and basketball seasons.

David spent 12 years working in the restaurant industry, and did just about every job in the back of the house, including line cook, sous chef, and dessert chef. A Florida native who lives in Jupiter, he studied Multimedia Journalism at Florida Atlantic University, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree. David enjoys playing the guitar, golf, boating and snorkeling during his free time.

Contact him at or 954-621-5000.


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