A change of plans by City of Cuero administration has the Cuero Public Library moving across the street.
Council was shown proposed plans for the Cuero Public Library to be housed at the historic Coca-Cola building at the May 26 regular council meeting.
Previously, the new library was to be built over the city’s existing library and the former city hall building. Under the new plans, the Coca-Cola building across the street, as well as the adjacent parking lot, would be renovated to house the library.
City manager Raymie Zella said cost was a factor when deciding to change plans to move the library across the street.
“There is already a slab foundation at the old Coke bottling plant,” he said. “This will save a considerable amount of money.”
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