Palm Harbor Library to Temporarily Offer Reduced Services
PALM HARBOR – If you have visited the Palm Harbor Library lately, you’ve noticed it is anything but quiet right now. Jackhammers and nail guns have replaced the solitude of the reading rooms and study areas. The library is finishing the latest phase in its year-long renovation project. Soon a new Adult Services Area, reference desk and book store will be completed.
The library has remained open to the public the past nine months during times of heavy construction. But the building will not be able to safely remain open in the fourth and final phase. The front entrance, lobby, public restrooms, community room and Check-In and Check-Out areas will soon be closed for renovation. The parking lot will be under construction, and heavy equipment will be on site. Therefore, the library building will close on Monday, October 6, and reopen -- fully renovated! -- Monday, January 5, 2009.
In an effort to continue providing customer service, the library will set up a temporary mini-library in their parking lot at 2330 Nebraska Avenue to receive and dispense materials. Patrons will still be able to call with questions, place on-line requests for materials, use the book drops, return materials, pick up items placed on hold, and donate or shop for books, magazines and videos. Off-site programs for children, teens and adults will continue.
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