Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Central Falls Rhode Island May Reopen Its Library in the Fall

After all, it is "A City with a Bright Future".

Central Falls library may reopen in the fall. (Providence Journal, 6/29/2011)

Excerpt: “The library will only be temporarily closed, and it will reopen,” Adams said in a message to the library staff. “I am sorry that I don’t have anything more concrete to share with you or a firmer timeline.”

While the city paid for the library staff and some operating expenses, the building and grounds are owned by the trust, which was created in 1905, Adams said, and it is free to try to put in its own staff.

“We’re going to have to mothball it for a month or two until we figure out how to do this thing,” he said.

In the meantime, Central Falls residents can use their library cards at the Pawtucket Public Library.

Related post:
Central Falls Rhode Island closes its public library.  (7/6/2011)

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