By Loren Stanton
December 28, 2007
The United Methodist Church rents out almost every spot it has downtown and then it has to chase people out of the lot constantly. It is quite clear that the council is not thinking outside the box when it comes to the library of the future. The library of the future is not a big tall building in a tight downtown space! We need a library where we can order a book online and swing through a drive through and pick up our book. Main hill will not be easy to get to for anyone. One narrow drive in and out, up a steep hill, and not convenient for anyone except those living right there and those people may be seriously messed up by years of construction.
We need those doing the city's
business to think like First Bank when they built their new building
- make it convenient to all. Make it instantly accessible to
cars and the bus route. If you want to serve the people make
it people friendly. Please stop making me dread reading the headlines
after your meetings.
Received December 27, 2007 - Published December 28, 2007
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