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Library Seeks Public Input on New Bigfork Facility

Library’s administration is asking the community to help figure out where a new library should go in Bigfork

The board members and staff from ImagineIF Libraries will be on hand in Bigfork on Monday, July 13 to discuss community ideas for a new library for the village.

According to the ImagineIF 2014 Facilities Master Plan, the Bigfork community needs a 6,200-square-foot library to serve the greater Bigfork area for the next 20 years. The current library in Bigfork, called ImagineIF Bigfork, is 1,440 square feet.

To facilitate a library with the size called for in Facilities Master Plan, the building would need to be located on at least half an acre, or ideally three-quarters of an acre to allow for parking and landscaping.

The library’s administration is asking the community to help figure out where a new library should go in Bigfork.

The meeting will be at the Community United Methodist Church, starting at 5 p.m. and running until 6:30 p.m. Anyone with questions or comments can send them to ImagineIF Libraries Director Kim Crowley at kcrowley@imagineiflibraries.org or 406-758-5826.

For more information on the libraries, visit www.imagineiflibraries.org.

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