Windsor Public Library Wants Input On Central Branch
The Windsor Public Library is looking for public input on the future of Central Library.
It wants to hear from patrons about improvements that can be made at the Ouellette branch as well as whether relocating is an option.
A survey is available online and at the library for six weeks.
Library CEO Kitty Pope says it makes sense to hear from people who use the branch.
"Families from community groups, our neighbours on Ouellette Ave, we live in a fairly large community and so talking to our neighbours about how we can better improve our services and how we can improve our parking and improve our library inside with a coffee shop," says Pope.
She says there are several questions on the survey.
"What do you think about the Central library, if you could wish for a new library what would you want people to know about this library, but also talking about a lot of resources and how to make it more accessible."
The Windsor Public Library has hired a consultant to study the options and review the responses.
A report is expect in early fall.
Pope is hoping to hear from about 1,000 people
The survey can be found at www.windsorpubliclibrary.com
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