Sue Kellogg Library in Stone Mountain. Photo courtesy of DeKalb County Public Library.

Kellogg Library in Stone Mountain closing for renovations

The Sue Kellogg Library in Stone Mountain is finally getting a long overdue face-lift.

The library will be closed starting on June 15 to allow for a complete overhaul, including a reconfigured floor plan, new furniture and refurbished restrooms. The branch was last updated in the mid-1980s.

The DeKalb County commission in March approved $1.2 million to finance the renovation. The money comes from a 2005 bond referendum, but the Kellogg branch remained on the back-burner for years.

The library is located at 952 Leon Street in downtown Stone Mountain. During the renovation, patrons are encourage to use the Tucker-Reid H. Cofer, Hairston Crossing and Clarkston branches instead.

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