HOLLAND TWP. — Progress continues at Herrick District Library’s North Department in Holland Township.
Design on the $4 million expansion at 155 Riley St. started in the spring, when the district temporarily moved textbooks and other elements to a storefront in The Stores at Westshore.
The growth will double the branch’s sq. footage and incorporate a assembly home, examine rooms, and an early literacy enjoy region, in addition to expanding the branch’s seating and do the job area.
HDL Neighborhood Relations Manager Sarah DeVries advised The Sentinel in September building was shifting alongside effortlessly.
“Design crews have been in a position to make up for some of the lost time from the halt in construction owing to the stay property get,” she reported.
“Supply chains and timelines are unpredictable for all people in the age of COVID-19, but at the present time development is on focus on to be concluded this wintertime.”
The library introduced by using social media it was continue to on-keep track of as of Thursday, Nov. 5. Early this 7 days, the department posted updated images showcasing the building’s new entrance and inside.
For now, the branch is running in The Stores at Westshore. The site is open up 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays-Tuesdays and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays.
Both equally downtown and at the north branch, patrons are in a position to locate elements on library cabinets, verify out their possess merchandise, use a walk-up pc and accessibility a library copier. There is confined potential and masks are needed.