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Fri August 10, 2012
Hopkins County-Madisonville Public Library continues to face troubles
The Hopkins County-Madisonville Public Library has been beset with difficulty specifically regarding a physical location.
Currently the library is housed in its third location since a project to renovate the original downtown Dulin building started three years ago. The library was most recently located in Madisonville’s Parkway Plaza Mall, but a new shoe store is moving into that area. The library has another space in the mall until the end of this year, and now the renovation project on the downtown Dulin building has hit a snag. Rose Krzton-Presson spoke with Library Board Director Marcella Davis to get this update on what library officials are doing to maintain normal library services as well as find a permanent location for the library.