Library asks for community input
Submitted by crecord2010 on Tue, 05/14/2013 - 4:02pm
The City of Cuero is exploring the feasibility of a new or renovated library. The city hopes to obtain the community’s input on the project. In order to gauge the response, the city mailed surveys to the residents of Cuero.
“We hope to get input from the public on what they would like the Cuero library to be,” said library director Barbara Jacob. “The library belongs to the taxpayers of Cuero and we want to personalize it to meet their needs.”
The survey asks residents to consider the importance of the following items: study rooms; larger area for children’s programs; individual study desks; meeting rooms; computer training rooms; teen rooms with computers; larger area for children’s books; additional parking; additional computers; separate reading room; and children’s computer area.
The survey also asks residents where they would like the library to be located, downtown or at the park. Other suggestions are welcome.
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