So it doesn't have five floors and special columns that light up during the summer solstice. We still like going to the Mesa Public Library.
It's got an impressive collection of material, yet it's small enough to navigate. And it's got chess sets in the youth area, a bulletin board offering jobs to teens and a sheet music index. But what will turn you into a Mesa library fan is its honor system copying policy. The first 10 sheets are free, whether it's stuff you print off the Internet, copies made from microfiche or microfilm (usually 25 cents apiece) or any other stuff you might want to slap on the copy machine glass.
One rule, though: You can use the copier to duplicate library material only. Do you copy?