Libraries in Sussex and Germantown looking to expand or renovate

While libraries began primarily as a place for people to borrow books, they have now become much-needed community resources in many ways.

That’s what library directors Adele Loria of the Pauline Haass Public Library in Sussex and Trisha Smith of the Germantown Community Library say.

Both libraries are seeking input from the community for the new library plans.

Smith said the Germantown Community Library, which primarily serves the Germantown, Richfield and Jackson areas, is working on a five-year strategic plan to better serve the needs of the community.

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