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Government, The Neighborhood Files
The Saucon Valley Library Task Force made its final presentation of its final report to the Hellertown Area Library Board of Trustees last month.
The Saucon Valley Library Task Force recently concluded nearly two years of work that involved studying the feasibility of switching Lower Saucon Township's library services from Bethlehem Area Public Library to Hellertown Area Library.
The Saucon Valley Library Task Force's final meeting is scheduled for Aug. 9 at 6pm in the Lower Saucon Township building.
As the Saucon Valley Library Task Force prepares to move into the final stages of its existence, at least one member questioned what the ultimate goal of the group's final report is.
At its May meeting, the Saucon Valley Library Task Force discussed issues and concerns raised at an April interim public meeting.
The Saucon Valley Library Task Force presented its interim findings to the public on Thursday, April 12. There was a large turnout of supporters of the Bethlehem library and residents who prefer to use the Hellertown library.
Plans for the Saucon Valley Library Task Force's April 12 public meeting are being finalized.
The Saucon Valley Library Task Force is currently studying the feasibility of consolidating library services between Lower Saucon Township and the Hellertown Area Library.
Several potential expansion and enhancement options were presented to the Saucon Valley Library Task Force on Dec. 8, as well as a mock budget reflecting those options.
Should Lower Saucon Township continue to be part of the Bethlehem Area Public Library system or switch to combine with the Hellertown Area Public Library? Here is a comparison of the two libraries' 2012 budgets.
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