East Library Design Meeting
The Milwaukee Public Library (MPL) will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, December 11th on the new East Library design.
The Milwaukee Public Library (MPL) will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, December 11th on the new East Library design. This meeting will give the community an opportunity to provide input and ask questions about the design, programs and services, collections and artwork for the new East library branch. MPL is committed to providing the services patrons value most and invites residents to share their visions for the new East Library branch at the meeting or in writing. Ensuring the public is informed throughout the East Library development is a priority for Mayor Barrett and the MPL. Residents may also submit input in writing to the East Library staff until Friday, December 21st.
Please find attached to this message a questionnaire with which you can provide useful feedback on the proposed design.
East Library Design Public Meeting
Tuesday, December 11th
Program at 6:00 pm
East Library, 1910 E. North Ave.
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