Tacoma Public Library branches reopened Monday afternoon, after problems with a technology upgrade kept them closed all of last week.
“We’re up and running,” library spokesman David Domkoski said Monday.
Library branches reopened at 2 p.m. Monday and are set to open at noon Tuesday, Domkoski said. The online catalog system is also back up and running.
Last week’s branch closures came amid California-based software vendor Innovative Interfaces’ troubles with transferring the library’s data from an old operating system to a new one.
Late last week, the vendor identified and corrected a corrupted file in the new system that …