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Two Columbus Library Branches to Undergo Renovations

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The Franklinton and Livingston branches of the Columbus Metropolitan Library will close for renovations at 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 26.

The renovations are expected to take about a month and CML will announce reopening dates once they are finalized.

During the renovations, customers will still be able to return items to outdoor return receptacles at both branches. However, all pickups must be directed to other locations as of Thursday, October 17.

On Monday, October 28, the Franklinton Branch Homework Help Center will temporarily relocate to the the cafeteria at Avondale Elementary School, 141 Hawkes Ave. Homework help will be available for K-12 students Monday through Thursday from 4 – 7 p.m. and Friday from 4 – 6 p.m.

CML customers are encouraged to visit other branches for services during the renovations.

Nearby locations for the Franklinton branch, 1061 W. Town St. include the Hilltop branch, 511 S. Hague Ave. and Main Library, 96 S. Grant Ave. Nearby locations for the Livingston branch, 3434 E. Livingston Ave., include the Whitehall branch, 4445 E. Broad St., Driving Park branch, 1422 E. Livingtonston Ave., and Reynoldsburg branch, 1402 Brice Rd.

For more information, visit columbuslibrary.org.

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