The South Hill Pierce County Library has reopened with better, quieter acoustics, a central customer-service desk, and a new media library for CDs and DVDs. The library at 15420 Meridian E. reopened May 7 after a one-month closure from April 9 to May 6. Cost for the project was $83,000.
The South Hill library is one of the four-busiest in the 18-branch Pierce County Library System. The South Hill library had a million checkouts of items in 2011.
The 20,000-square-foot library was closed April 9-May 6.
Here’s the news release:
TACOMA – After a one-month closure to bring customers