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Sep 22 2009
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Tuesday, 22 September 2009

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            The Kodiak Public Library Association will hold a public meeting tonight at the teen center. The goal of tonight's meeting is to gather more public input on where to build a new library in Kodiak. Nine potential sites are currently under consideration. The board has been gathering information about each of the sites in an effort to follow up on questions that were posed at the last public meeting. Paul Converse serves on the board of the association.

 

--          (Library Association 1     "It's been on-going...the right decisions.")

 

            Erin Harrington is the vice-chair of the Kodiak Public Library Association. She emphasized the need for public involvement in the decision making process saying that community involvement is crucial.

 

--         (Library Association 2               "Its been our...this important project.")

 

            The potential sites are listed on the "program and events" page of the Library Association's webpage:

Kodiak public library dot org. Tonight's meeting takes place at the Kodiak Teen Center. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the meeting starts at 7. The Kodiak Public Library Association will accept comments on proposed sites until Friday, October 9th. You can submit your comments in person at the meeting, or submit written comments at the library or by email.

 
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