DCPL wants your Opinion on The Future of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library

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From DCPL:

“The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library, located at 901 G Street NW, will have a major renovation and overhaul to meet the current and future needs of D.C. residents. Forty years after opening its doors, DC Public Library is now in the initial phase of exploring what’s possible for this historic building, and what makes a spectacular central library.

The renovated library will have books and other library materials and services for children, teens and adults including seniors and people with disabilities. The library will have space for meetings and events and will feature the latest technology. It will continue to have space devoted to D.C. history, including D.C. African American history.

As part of the design process, the Library is asking residents to share what combination of services, activities and technologies they would like to see in their new central library.

Learn more and share your ideas here.”

9th and G St, NW

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