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Burlington Library Temporarily Closes Due to Renovations

Burlington Public Library

Burlington Library will  temporary close on Monday, October 2Tuesday, October 3 and Wednesday October 4. due to ongoing remodeling.

“We are sorry for the inconvenience, but it will be well worth it! Downes Construction is continuing to work on the inside renovations during this time. You don’t have to return your library items until after we open back up. We have extended due dates on all library items currently checked out and no fines will be incurred during this time period. However, the outside book drop will be available if you choose to return your items during this time. Thank you for all your patience and support during this period.”

In addition to renovations, The Library currently has three positions open.

Descriptions of each position are on the library’s website.

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