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In June, 2010, the Cuyahoga County Public Library Board of Trustees voted unanimously to adopted the Facilities Master Plan, the most significant building improvement program in the Library’s nearly 90-year history. The Plan consists of priority building, renovation and addition projects throughout the county Library system.
Since 2008, the Library’s revenues have decreased by $14.9 million due to state budget cuts, and since 2009 property tax revenues have decreased by $7 million. When it is completed, the Facilities Master Plan will save more than $4 million annually by replacing inefficient buildings with new sustainable one-story buildings that cost less to operate.
Garfield Heights Branch – Opening Summer 2013
Mayfield Branch – Opening Spring 2013
North Royalton Branch – Opening Summer 2013
Olmsted Falls Branch – Opening January 2013
Parma Branch – Opening Fall 2013
Parma-Snow Branch – Opening Fall 2013
Beachwood Branch – Opened June 10, 2012
Fairview Park Branch – Opened August 1, 2012
Solon Branch – Opened May 2, 2012
Warrensville Heights Branch – Opened April 21, 2012
Bay Village Branch
Brook Park Branch
Maple Heights Branch
Parma Heights Branch
South Euclid-Lyndhurst Branch
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