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GCLD Board reevaluating closing Hot Sulphur Springs library

The Grand County Library District Board of Trustees meet on July 19 at the Fraser Valley Library.
Travis Poulin / Sky-Hi News |

The Grand County Library District Board of Trustees has decided to reevaluate closing the Hot Sulphur Springs Library. At their July 19 meeting at the Fraser Valley Library the board went into executive session for about 20 minutes. Upon returning the board stated they would continue to look for alternative options to closing the library if there was a feasible option. Possible options discussed were a mill levy tax or taking the Grand County Board of County Commissioners up on an offer to help. The possible mill levy would be on the November election ballot. During the public comment section, which was moved to the end of the meeting, the grateful crowd of about 25 citizens thanked the library board for taking their suggestions into consideration.

The next GCLD meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. on August 16 at the Juniper Library in Grand Lake.


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