will host a community meeting on Monday, August 27th to share information with the public about updated designs for the R. Keith Summey North Charleston Library that will replace the Cooper River Memorial Library.
Local residents approved a referendum in November 2014 to build five new Charleston County Public Library branches and upgrade 13 others. Behind-the-scenes progress has been made on the library building projects since then, and residents are invited to this community meeting to listen to a presentation by the architects and participate in a question and answer session with CCPL andstaff.
The meeting starts at 7 pm in the Cooper River Memorial Library at 3503 Rivers Ave. in North Charleston.
To learn more about the construction and renovation plan, view a map and see a breakdown of the estimated costs, visit the Library Construction page.
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