ALBANY – Thirty public libraries in the region have been awarded state funding through the education department to help pay for construction and renovation projects.
The grants range from as little as $2,500 to Morton Memorial Library and Community House in Rhinebeck to as much as $172,491 to Finkelstein Memorial Library in Spring Valley.
The funding will cover projects ranging from expansions to infrastructure upgrades, interior renovations and ADA compliance issues.
The projects include:
- Claverack Free Library - $88,973
- Hudson Area Association Library - $5,259
- Morton Memorial Library - $2,500
- Mid-Hudson Library System office building - $24,862
- Mid-Hudson Library System Auditorium - $46,435
- Millbrook Library - $58,795
- Hyde Park Library District - $33,672
- Stanford Free Library $136,061
- Brewster Public Library - $107,835
- The Desmond-Fish Library - $48,361
- Elting Memorial Library - $5,810
- Highland Public Library $81,653
- Kingston Library - $66,168
- Marlboro Free Library - $22,512
- Gardiner Library - $7,396
- Albert Wisner Public Library - $157,333
- Goshen Public Library - $105,936
- Highland Falls Library - $23,490
- Josephine-Louise Public Library - $30,450
- Port Jervis Free Library - $10,980
- Thrall Public Library - $72,248
- Tuxedo Park Library - $9,855
- Finkelstein Memorial Library - $172,491
- Haverstraw King’s Daughters Public Library - $4,568
- Haverstraw King’s Daughters Library – Village Branch - $10,099
- New City Free Library - $98,305
- Tomkins Cove Public Library - $46,963
- West Nyack Free Library - $7,714
- Liberty Public Library - $33,040
- Western Sullivan Public Library - $29,274
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