Ohio: Dayton Metro Library Completes 6th Project in $187 Million Upgrade
From the Dayton Daily News:
The $187 million Dayton Metro Library system-wide building project is nearly a third of the way finished with the reopening Monday of the renovated Kettering-Moraine Branch.
[Clip]The library system will have 17 state-of-the-art facilities, including 11 new buildings and a rebuilt main library at the Downtown Dayton location when the Libraries for a Smarter Future initiative is completed.
When the Kettering-Moraine branch reopens, it will mark the midway point for segment two of the project.
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