Fulton County moves forward with library renovation plans

When the South Fulton Library reopened last week, Fulton County finished a slew of new libraries and expansions.

Next come the renovations.

The South Fulton Library was one of two that were expanded — its addition increased the amount of space by two thirds, to 25,000 square feet.

The new library has a three-level parking deck, and open cafe, high ceilings, meeting spaces and computer services as well as a glass facade that overlooks a wooded area.

“Go see the South Fulton Library,” Atlanta-Fulton library director Gabriel Morley said Wednesday, saying patrons swarmed the new building when it reopened.

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The county also built eight new libraries.

In the coming months, renovations of the remaining 24 libraries will begin. The improvements are paid for with $275 million voters approved in 2008.

All renovations, with the possible exception of Central Library, will be finished by the end of 2019, Morley said.

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