Small businesses at book stations
I like to think of a book station as something that grows, that adds spaces and opportunities, and while doing so the book station maintains a certain flexibility so that a change in the needs or even in the perspectives of a community make adjustments relatively easy.
This is especially relevant when it comes to additional small businesses which have neither a connection to books nor to the materials used in or for books.
In such cases some factors play a major role, like saving a small business from rising costs (rent or energy), or supporting a small business which is important to the community. And since such factors can change, the who will become a part of a book station can change too.