The Jefferson-Madison Regional Library is focusing on the future. Members of the board of trustees are developing the library's next five-year plan.
The plan covers July 2014 through June 2019. It will include the new Northside Library, scheduled to open in the fall, and any changes the public wants to see regarding hours of operation, staffing and services.
"We're using a public survey that the library did back in 2012. We surveyed the public to see what people thought about library services. Over 2,700 local residents completed that survey, so that really gave us a great starting place for this plan,” said JMRL Director John Halliday.
The library wants more public feedback. The community can respond to the draft plan that should be posted on the library's website next month.
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