Public input sought for 3 proposed library sites

Three sites have been recommended as finalists for the location of a new Logan City Library. Logan mayor Craig Petersen is hoping residents will attend a meeting this week to gather public input. The mayor provided KVNU and the Cache Valley Media Group with a public service announcement to help spread the word .

“Logan City is working with a highly qualified architectural team to evaluate three possible sites for a new library. The team is ready to make its recommendation to receive public input. A public meeting will be held Thursday, August 17th at 6 p.m. in the Utah Theatre.”

The mayor continued, “an important part of this meeting will be a presentation by Hacker Associates out of Portland, (Oregon). Their presentation will focus on ‘What is a 21st century library?’ and ‘What would a 21st century library mean for Logan City?’”

The three sites the city has selected as a potential future location for the new library are the Emporium location right across from the Logan Tabernacle, the old Army Navy surplus store at 350 North Main and the former V-1 Gas station site at 100 South and 100 West across from Logan High School. Again that meeting will be held this Thursday evening at 6 p.m. at the Utah Theatre at 18 West Center in downtown Logan.

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