The City-County Council in Indianapolis has approved a nearly $59 million proposal from the Indianapolis Public Library. The plan involves improvements and relocations of several branches throughout Marion County. During a Studio(i) interview last month, Chief Executive Officer Jackie Nytes outlined the case for the plan. It is part of the system's five-year strategic plan.

Nytes said the library is focusing on increasing access to library resources, including technology.

It calls for one new branch, upgrades to multiple locations and relocating others.

Source: Inside INdiana Business

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