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Cleveland Public Library embarks on $100M project

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The Cleveland Public Library is celebrating its 150th anniversary this year, and what better way to honor the event than to announce a $100 million renovation project? This fall begins a 10-year plan to renew all 27 neighborhood branches, followed by a $65 million renovation of the main library downtown.

The goal is to turn the system’s buildings into “the next generation of libraries.” The library’s board of trustees plans to appoint architects for five of the six projects to be completed by 2024. You are invited to attend events and activities at no cost to celebrate the anniversary.

James DiFrangia, Stevens Strategic Communications

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