Kurri Kurri Library to undergo facelift
Kurri Kurri Library to undergo facelift Cessnock City Council welcomed an announcement by Parliamentary Secretary for the Hunter Scot MacDonald MLC that Kurri Kurri Library has secured $127,859 grant.
from the NSW Governments Public Library Infrastructure Grants Program will
assist in a modern overhaul of the library.
Cessnock City Mayor, Councillor Bob Pynsent said this is absolutely wonderful news for the community.
“The grant will allow for a new customer service desk to be installed, fresh paint, new carpet, the creation of a separate reading area, and new furniture including computer desks.”
“The works are focused on creating better amenity both inside and outside the library. Works will be undertaken to remove a wall to create a streetscape will modernise the façade.”
“Congratulations to the Council staff who applied for this grant. I know they are excited to get started on this project.”
Rose-marie Walters, Library Co-ordinator said the upgrade will create a contemporary library environment where people and local groups will be able to visit and undertake a variety of activities.
The Public Library Infrastructure Grants Program supports projects that will assist NSW councils to improve public library infrastructure, including buildings and IT systems.