With $7.1 million investment, Radnor shows suburban libraries are still vital
Even on a cloudy day, the new Radnor Memorial Library fills with light, illuminating stacks of books, shelves of DVDs, and an expansive children’s storytime room.
After two years and $7.1 million, the renovated space looks like a library fit for the 21st century. While the book and movie collections haven’t expanded much, the library offers more space for group meetings, stronger Wi-Fi, a better coffee machine, fewer desktop computers, and more outlets.
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