Editor,The paper's lead editorial on June 9, "Vote 'no' on library bond," both astonished and perplexed me. I was astonished because I thought that the Standard's usually thoughtful editorial board would strongly back the upcoming library bond vote. The only thing about which we agree is that the main library is urgently in need of an infrastructure overhaul.I was perplexed because your two main arguments were, first, building the new library in Roy just accumulates bigger spaces. But, that space is critically overcrowded and will become more so due to the projected growth in population. A bigger space at the southwest branch is sorely needed. And the north branch is only 50 percent complete and already overcrowded. Furthermore, the usage of library services is increasing at the rate of 9 percent per year.