If you were not able to attend the New Central Library presentation last month, you can now view the Schematic Design online. Here is the link to slides that include the renditions, floor plans, etc. Use your keyboard ‘down arrow’ to move through the slides:
http://www.austinlibrary.com/files/schematic30pctpresentation.pdfÂ Â at Â Now is the time to tell the project team what you think.Â Here is the link to send in your comments, ideas, or concerns about the new central library.
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