Portland, Oregon 2021-05-31 16:03:24 –
Other branches that open in stages
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) — The Multnomah County Library has announced that it will reopen its Capitol Hill, Gresham, Holgate, Kenton, and Midland libraries on Tuesday for some in-building services.
Officials said they are currently planning ways to phase out access to other locations.
Each branch operates with limited capacity and time limits. Guests have access to a computer and Wi-Fi (1 hour limit). Print, fax, copy (all free). Family computer space (2 computers per space, 1 hour limit). Hold the pickup. Browsing (30 minute limit); Information services and public toilets, according to authorities.
Vailey Oehlke, the director of the library, said: “The pandemic has highlighted not only the bare inequality that pervades our society, but also the wisdom and resilience needed to make a meaningful change. How good the library is. I am grateful to the library staff and community members for shaping this vision as to whether they will continue to exert their strength. “
The library shares details about specific locations, services, and times at: multcolib.org It will be available.Patrons will continue to be accessible Wide range of services online and by booking When the building is open to the public, in all libraries.
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