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Creswell Library reopens in west wing


June 13, 2019

Gini Davis/The Creswell Chronicle

Standing in the under-construction east wing of the library, Creswell Library Director Su Liudahl (left) confers with Old Mill Cabinets General Manager Brian Courtright (center) and Job Superintendent Derek Shively.

More than a decade in the making as funds were drummed up to make their long-planned expansion a reality, Creswell Library and the community it serves are seeing that expansion project come to fruition.

The "little library that could" – the only library in the Lane Library District, which shares service boundaries with the school district rather than the city – has remodeled and reopened in the west wing of the building at 64 W. Oregon Ave. The library had leased the east wing from February 2006 through December 2016, when the entire property was purchased after 10-plus years of dedicat...

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