MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF) — Library officials in Mountain View announced they have received a $98,000 grant from Google to pay for bookmobile services.

The Mountain View City Council approved the grant on Tuesday.

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“The city of Mountain View’s Mobile Library Service provides important outreach beyond the walls of the main library,” Mayor Ken Rosenberg said in a statement. “Through visits to preschools, schools and senior centers we bring the joy of reading throughout the community.”

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Mountain View-based Google provided money in 2006 to buy a new bookmobile and other money for services, library officials said.

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The officials last year recorded 20,054 visits to the bookmobile, 71,527 items checked out, 7,267 questions answered and 5,231 children participated in story times.