LINCOLN, Neb. -- Lincoln City Libraries are looking for opinions for improvements based on their facilities plan.
In the month of September, four meetings will outline changes in these seven branches in Lincoln: Anderson, Bethany, Eiseley, Gere, South, Walt and Williams.
The plan includes improvements to basic structural improvements, use of spaces and technology. There are individual improvements suggested for each branch, and there are two changes proposed for all branches. First, is the RFID system. This is a way for people to check out all of their books at once...instead of individually. The second is updating and revamping the children's learning discovery areas.
The Lincoln City Libraries Director Pat Leach says, "We still want to be providing what people need in terms of those kinds of things...and in terms of life-long education. So that's what we get excited about, as we're thinking how do we make our facilities as good as they can be."
The final meeting is Wednesday, September 27th, in the Anderson Branch Library at 6pm.
If you are unable to attend and want to send your input, click the link above to contact Lincoln City Libraries. You can also find the facilities plan outlined on that same web page.