NORFOLK, NE. (KTIV/US92) -
The Norfolk Public Library held a town hall style meeting Wednesday night to continue to discuss the future needs of the library
The library began discussions just over a year ago to get public about the future of the building that was built in 1977. Results of a recent space needs analysis were presented along with some conceptual designs.
Library Director Jessica Chamberlain says the new concepts would add about 16,000 square feet, making the library roughly 38,000 total square feet.
"Gathering space for people, we would have study rooms, we would have much more efficient and effective staff workrooms, not only for the library staff but for the city IT, staff, that have their offices as well," said Chamberlain.
The final presentation will be given to the Norfolk City Council in the coming months.
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