The law library’s landlord has agreed to extend the lease of its downtown branch till June 2012. Law library director Marcia Bell wouldn’t say how much the rent was increased in order to keep the lease, but only that the rent “went significantly up, compared to what the rent was 15 years ago.”

Kurt Melchior, president of the library’s board of trustees, said in a written statement that the trustees “are greatly relieved that recent changes in the market have permitted execution of this lease extension on financially feasible terms.”

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