We're listening; meetings planned

In 2007, the Garfield County Libraries conducted six community meetings to understand what our users were looking for in the new library facilities. We listened, and delivered on our promises. Seven years and six buildings later, we are looking for feedback on what our communities need now. We know the value of public libraries and all they have to offer, and want to be sure that everyone gets a great return on their investment.  Continue reading this article in the Post Independent.

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