(Cincinnati) - Upgrades are coming to all Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County branches.
The library announced a decade-long, $300 million plan to renovate and improve all branches.
Every single location will see changes of varying degrees.
Some branches will see what the library calls strategic investments, including smaller changes like new study areas or lap tops.
Others will see maintenance upgrades, including repairs of furniture, carpeting and roofing.
Finally, some branches will see full-on changes, including expansion, relocation or major renovation.
The first improvements will be seen at the downtown, Price Hill, Reading, Elmwood Place and Walnut Hills branches.
Price Hill and Walnut Hills will both see expansions, Elmwood Place will get new carpeting and painting and there's a new library entrance being planned for the location downtown. In Reading, the library will get a new lap top kiosk.