How to get a sneak peek of renovation plans at Fulton libraries

Two libraries in north Fulton County will be renovated later this year, but before crews swing the first hammer, the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System wants to hear from the public.

In total, the system will begin renovations on seven of its libraries in Fulton County this year. Throughout February, the system is aiming to host meetings at each one to talk about the renovations.

At the public meetings, the system will share design plans and details, answer any questions and give a presentation from the team of Hogan Construction, McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture and Chasm Architecture, which are performing the renovations.

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Each meeting will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. A meeting at the Sandy Springs branch will be held on Feb. 7 and a meeting at the Roswell library will be held on Feb. 27.

The Kirkwood, Southwest, Washington Park, Dogwood and West End libraries will also be renovated this year. The meetings at those libraries are scheduled for:

• Kirkwood: Feb. 5

• Southwest: Feb. 6 

• Washington Park: Feb. 13

• Dogwood: Feb. 20

• West End: Feb. 22 

These renovations are phase one of a project that aims to update 23 libraries in the county. It is expected to be completed in 2020.
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