The Southern Adirondack Library System

Sara Dallas, Director – November 10, 2015 The Southern Adirondack Library System (SALS) was the first public library system to receive its charter from the New York State Education Department in June of 1958. The 34 public libraries in Hamilton, Warren, Washington and Saratoga Counties cover 4,226 square miles and 353,366 residents. The size of the libraries’ service areas […]

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An overview of the Upper Hudson Library System, Albany, NY

Chartered in 1960 and located in New York State’s Capital District, the Upper Hudson Library System is a cooperative public library system serving 29 autonomous member libraries and two correctional facilities in Albany and Rensselaer County. Our service area is 1,198 square miles with a population of 466,626. Our member libraries represent the spectrum of […]

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OCPL Overview

The Onondaga County Public Library (OCPL) System serves 468,387 residents and 32 public libraries in Onondaga County.  System services are housed at the Robert P. Kinchen Central Library which, along with eight city branches and two city satellite locations, is administered by OCPL.  The 21 suburban libraries are independent members of the system. The Onondaga [...]

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Mid York Library System

The Mid York Library System is located in Utica, New York. Centrally located in the Mohawk Valley, it is a cooperative public library system and its mission is to “improve and expand library service in the counties of Madison, Oneida, and Herkimer”.  Mid York’s chartered to serve population is 372,839 residents located within the geographic […]

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