Future possibilities for Lewes Public Library to be discussed tonight

Options for the future of the Lewes Public Library are being discussed at a public meeting tonight. 

The Library Board is looking for options to create a library that would serve the greater Lewes area for the next 30 years.  Possible sites for a new library are being considered, as well as expansion at the current location.  “Given the estimated growth in the service area, new applications for technology, and new ways that people are using libraries, this is a complex assignment,” said Library Board President Beckie Healey.  The service area extends six miles from the library, including Long Neck, Route 9 and north on Route 1.  The meeting is being held tonight at 7 at the upstairs meeting room of the Lewes Public Library, 111 Adams Avenue.  CLICK HERE for more information.

 

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