I'm opposed to the closing down of any libraries.
People who claim the internet or computers have or will ever replace a public library are simply morons.
For one thing, no library or after school venue means young people would have no location to engage in quiet study other than at home, which for many means a house with a loud television, psychologically a person needs to separate "study/work space" and "home/entertainment/chill space" otherwise any attempt at a disciplined schedule or time management will go out the window. Home also includes lots of other distractions like access to games consoles, television, etc. At least if you have a library, you can be in a space where these distractions are not immediately present. If just one child benefits from a library being open, it's value well spent, in my opinion. That child could grow up to invent the cure for cancer, HIV/AIDS, or even Manx Crab Syndrome.