Fairborn, OH: Over the next 6-8 weeks Fairborn Community Library will be under minor construction. All of the library’s restrooms will be completely renovated to meet ADA standards as well as improve the appearance and functionality of the building for the public. The library, one of seven locations in the Greene County Public Library system, does not plan to close for the construction.
During the project, the library will always have one available bathroom for patrons, whether it is on the first or second floor of the building. “As is the case with most construction projects, we will experience some noise and inconvenience,” says Head Librarian, Ann Cooper. “But the results will be worth it.”
Cooper wants to assure the public that library staff are willing to assist patrons with accessing the building’s facilities.
The building, the community’s former post office, is owned by the City of Fairborn. The construction project is a joint venture between with the library and the city. Fairborn Community Library was renovated in 2009. Upgrades, including new paint and ceiling tiles, were installed last year.
The library system consists of seven locations: Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Cedarville, Fairborn, Jamestown, Yellow Springs, and Xenia. More information about the library is available at greenelibrary.info.
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