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Mid-County Regional Library Renovation
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For Immediate Release

Mid-County Regional Library Renovation

CHARLOTTE COUNTY, Fla. (March 13, 2018) – Renovation of the Mid-County Regional Library will take place March 27 through May 31. There will be a temporary reduction in on-site selection of materials, however patrons will be able to place holds on any items available at the Mid-County Regional Library.

All new materials, all feature film and TV series DVDs, and a selection of audio books and print fiction will be available. Holds may be made for remaining branch stock and items located at other branches as normal and may be picked up at the Mid-County Regional Library.

No public computer services will be offered at Mid-County Regional Library, however other branches will continue to be available. A public computer reservation system is available at these locations to allow customers to determine availability of computers at other branches and place a reservation if needed.

Advice for Your Device appointments will continue throughout the project. Information services such as reader’s advisory and reference will be available.

The renovation project will include painting of the exterior and interior, new carpet throughout the public areas, redesign of the teen, reference and public computer areas, and new flooring in the maker space room. Additional work on the exterior will include large planters at the entrance, new benches, and shade sails in the atrium.

For information contact Terri Crawford at 941-613-3189.



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