Squirrel Hill Library Renovation Meeting
September 26 Community Planning Meeting Looks at Preliminary Renovation Concepts
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
(Squirrel Hill) Thursday, September 12, 2002 - Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) invites Squirrel Hill residents, community groups, businesses and library users to the next library design-planning meeting on September 26, 2002. The meeting will take place in the library's meeting room at 7 p.m.
The meeting will focus on preliminary design concepts. Project architects, Arthur Lubetz Associates, will lead the community in the discussion.
Squirrel Hill is among the first of CLP's neighborhood locations to benefit from improvements and renovations in the system-wide $80 million Capital Improvement Program. Other neighborhood locations under renovation include Homewood, Brookline and Woods Run.
For information or directions, please call (412) 442-9651.
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