The High Plains Library has purchased the ‘old’ Town Hall building on 3rd Street next to Kohler Park! With this move, they are hoping to get some valuable information from community members on what the desires for the community might be for services from the library district.
Below is attached two links for the online survey, one in English and another in Spanish. Please feel free to fill out the online form as you see fit!
The library and the Town are extremely excited about this opportunity to get the library more involved in our community!
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