February will continue to be a busy month for the Euclid Public Library. Because of you, our library is truly transforming. Library staff have been actively engaged in conversations with our local schools and city officials to discuss after school options for students, we have processed numerous passport applications and the new meeScan self-check service is proving to be very popular with library patrons. The Board of Trustees recently met to discuss the 2017-2020 Strategic Plan and are seeking to have the plan approved by March. The Board welcomes your input before final approval and encourage you to share any additional thoughts and ideas at our upcoming Tuesday, February 7 Committee meeting or Tuesday, February 14 Board meeting. Ohio Public Libraries Transform
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Director Kacie V. Armstrong
(216) 261-5300, ext. 101