Pyfer happy city got second opinion on library

Count outgoing Logan Municipal Councilwoman Tami Pyfer as one person who is glad Logan city officials got a second opinion on a new library building for the city.Pyfer said she’s concerned about a proposed new $23 million library, but she’s intrigued by the possibility of renovating the city’s existing library at 255 N. Main.”After we had the first (library) proposal from (Architectural) Nexus on the brand new $23 million building, we had a study done by Design West,” Pyfer said, noting Design West has a history of rehabilitating older buildings and has a “great track record.” “They came back with a $6 million design, which was a remodel and addition,” Pyfer said of Design West. “It was a beautiful building that I feel like is more in character with the other historic buildings in downtown Logan and would serve our needs at least for the next 50 years or beyond.”On KVNU’s Crosstalk show Wednesday, Pyfer said she feels good about the city-county agreement on the library service and hopes it will eventually result in a countywide library system. You can listen to the full episode of Crosstalk with Tami Pyfer by

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