Public input wanted for Duluth Library redesign project
The Duluth Public Library hosted a meeting to discuss the future redesign of the library on Tuesday evening. Guests were able to gather at the Harrison Community Center in West Duluth in order to hear from project organizers and share their opinion about what could be done to improve the functions of the library building. The idea to redesign the library comes after the Duluth City Council approved $409,000 to support improving the downtown area. To gather more public feedback, members of the Duluth Library Foundation hope to hold more pop-up meetings to hear as many different perspectives as possible. They also sent out a survey to community members who may not be able to attend meetings in person.
While the full extent of the remodel isn’t known yet, the redesign and construction is expected to begin later in 2024.