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Durham County finds alternatives for homeless as library closes two years for renovation

“While Terry can use computers at Urban Ministries, some shelter residents visit the downtown library daily for a change of scenery. Other members of the homeless population, who aren’t living in a shelter, may turn to the library for a respite from warm or hot weather, a place to use the bathroom or sit and read.As Durham County closes the downtown library for two years for a $44.3 million renovation, county officials have been working with Urban Ministries and other organizations to establish options for the homeless and others whose needs go beyond books and programs.” (via News & Observer)

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