System Overview – Queens Library: Enriching Lives

Summer 2012 issue of Trustee Queens Library is one of New York City’s three public library systems. From 61 community libraries plus a Central Library, seven Adult Learning Centers and two Family Literacy Centers, our library system serves 2.3 million people in one of the U.S.’s most diverse counties. Our workforce of approximately 1,300 dedicated professionals […]

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Albany Public Library Renovations

Albany, New York   Overview As of June 2010, the Albany Public Library (APL) completed the $29.1 million Branch Improvement Plan-the first comprehensive infrastructure project in its history. The plan involved renovating three existing branches-Pine Hills, Delaware, and John A. Howe-along with constructing two new branches – John J. Bach and Arbor Hill/West Hill. Albany […]

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Highlight on The Suffolk Cooperative Library System

Long Island, New York   The Suffolk Cooperative Library System (SCLS) is an association created by agreement of the Boards of Trustees of its fifty-six member libraries, each of which remains autonomous under individual charters granted by the New York State Board of Regents. Local library Boards of Trustees elect the nine member board which […]

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