Brooklyn bibliophiles rejoice! All 60 public library branches now open after lengthy repairs

“From Coney Island on up to Clinton Hill, all 60 Brooklyn Public Library branches have reopened following a lengthy string of repairs that have stretched for nearly two years. The Clinton Hill branch — the last of about seven libraries to shutter during the past 21 months — reopened April 14 following a $900,000 overhaul that include the installation of a self-checkout station, air conditioning and heating, LEED lighting and a drawable wall in a children’s room. “We’re thrilled to have all 60 branches open, providing vital service to every corner of Brooklyn,” said BPL Executive Vice President for External Affairs David Woloch.” (via NY Daily News)

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