The Ferndale Library has reopened to rave reviews by residents and non-residents alike. The remodeling project took a little more than a year to complete, and expanded the library to 21,000 square feet.
Some of the aspects of the new library are guaranteed “wow” factors, like the environmentally-friendly geothermal heating system and brighter, expansive lighting throughout the building.
The library itself, however, has instituted some new lending policies that are pretty cool as well. With the grand reopening, Ferndale Library now allows just about anyone to have a library card to its facilities, including children of all ages and non-residents. Non-residents need to work somewhere in Ferndale to get a library card.
Sarah Perry, ” Ferndale Library Reaches Beyond City Residents .” FerndalePatch.com