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CITY COUNCIL HEARS LIBRARY PLANS

The Chelan City Council heard plans on upgrading the Chelan Public Library at their meeting Tuesday night. The North Central Regional Library System has been in the process of upgrading several libraries, it just reopened the Brewster library, and is now starting on the libraries in Peshastin, Ephrata and Soap Lake. The Libraries' Special Projects Coordinator Tim Dillon said the library system had saved up more than ten million dollars over the past few years to spend on updating the libraries. As for the Chelan Library, he said phase one, the preparation phase, was complete, and they were ready to move ahead:



As for the work to be done on the library:



No specific time was given for when the library would be closed for construction work, but the timeline suggested that the library could be closed for a couple of months, maybe more.

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