EBR Libraries seek public input for plans
BATON ROUGE - East Baton Rouge Parish Library system asked for the public's input in creating a Strategic Plan to improve library services.
The library system will hold Strategic Plan Public Input Meetings to gather suggestions on how to improve programs and services.
Officials plan to make changes to customer experience, technology, facilities and other areas. They estimate the changes will be completed in 2019.
The meetings begin Jan. 24 at Fairwood Branch Library and will continue at other branches throughout February.
For more information, visit the library system's website.
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