"Top officials with the LSSI company faced tough question from Osceola County commissioners Monday afternoon over their bid to take over management of the library system.
During a presentation to commissioners, LSSI said it could save the county $5 million over five years without cutting services.
"We're able to do it because we have efficiencies and we can approach things differently," Frank Pezzanite of LSSI said.
But former Osceola library director Ed Kilroy, who attended the meeting as a library advocate, is skeptical.
"They cannot in my opinion keep the hours the same, keep the staff the same, and then save that kind of money, no," Kilroy said."