South Side library renovation on meeting agenda |

South Side library renovation on meeting agenda

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will hold a meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the South Side branch on 2205 E. Carson St. to discuss renovation plans for that library.

Those attending will have a chance to meet the project’s architect, Karen Loysen of Loysen + Kreuthmeier, and make suggestions. The Carnegie Library’s Board of Trustees last month approved a resolution to proceed with plans to renovate the building. The library is a priority for renovation due to its location and its relatively high use.

This marks the 11th project in the Carnegie Library’s campaign to upgrade branches with money that cannot be used for operations. Currently, $2.7 million is restricted for the South Side branch. No timeline for the renovation has yet been established.



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