The Grafton Library.
The Grafton Library.

Sharing vision for next chapter

A NEW and modern library is in the pipeline for the Clarence Valley.

Clarence Valley Council is asking Valley residents to have their say in the planning process.

“Our goal right now is to gather input from the public,” Clarence Mayor Richie Williamson said.

“We need to hear what people want in a new library so we can develop a shared vision that will meet the needs of the community for years to come.”

Cr Williamson said the responses received from the public would bring better and more informed decisions about the library.

It would help the council plan for a new library that reflected the community’s expectations.

The community is asked to provide feedback on a preferred location for a new multi-million dollar library, including building design features and a range of potential services, before councillors make a final decision.

Site options and concept plans will be on exhibition at the Grafton Library, council’s Grafton office foyer and at Shoppingworld or by visiting the council’s website at www.clarence.nsw, from today until March 31.

Information sessions will also run at Grafton Library on Thursday, March 25.

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