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Construction work at the library is nearing completion, with the library anticipated to re-open by the end of January.
Renovation work is still underway. To ensure the safety and comfort of patrons, the library is closed temporarily and will reopen in mid-January 2008. Patrons are encouraged to visit any nearby KCLS library for services.
The renovation work continues and to ensure the safety and comfort of patrons, the library will be closed from December 11 to mid-January 2008. Patrons are encouraged to visit any KCLS library during this time for service, to drop off books, access Wi-Fi and attend programs. Nearby libraries include Kent Regional, Federal Way 320th and Burien.
Work to remove the stucco from the library exterior will soon be completed. Following this procedure, the stucco will be replaced. Other repair work also is underway and the roof replacement is in progress.
Allen-Bradbury Construction is currently working on removing and replacing the stucco exterior of the library. Although specific dates have yet to be determined, it is anticipated that the library will be closed for up to three days while the main conduit is replaced. For the safety and comfort of patrons and staff, the building also will be closed for 2-3 weeks in January while new windows are installed. As soon as specific closure dates are determined, they will be posted.
Allen-Bradbury Construction has been selected to remove and replace the failed stucco exterior of the library.
Presentation and construction drawings for the removal and replacement of the failing exterior have been completed and submitted to the City. A pre-construction walk-thru is scheduled for mid-July. KCLS hopes to have a building permit by August so the work can begin in early September.