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Back in 2010—-almost two years ago!—-the District said that it would be making available the several little library kiosks that it closed in 2008. Just recently, a request for license agreements on kiosks in Deanwood, Parkland-Turner, and near Sursum Corda on New York Avenue popped up over at the Department of General Services, so put your thinking caps on.

Not included: The R.L. Christian Library on H Street, since it’s supposed to get its own request for proposals “soon.” Which, at this rate, could mean another two years.

UPDATE, 7:40 p.m. – Literally an hour after this post went live, the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development released the long-awaited R.L. Christian solicitation, separate from the rest. Nice timing, guys.