City of Hamilton set to break ground on new $1.75M public library branch

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Published October 12, 2021 at 5:27 pm

The City of Hamilton will break ground on the new $1.75 million public library branch on Carlisle Road.

The City of Hamilton will break ground on the new $1.75 million public library branch this Thursday (Oct. 14) at 11 a.m.

The branch will be located at 277 Carlisle Rd, formerly the location of TD Canada Trust. In fact, TD donated the space for the new Hamilton Public Library.

Capital funding for the project was approved by city council.

Renovations are expected to be completed in the spring of 2022.

On Thursday, brief remarks will be completed by:

  • Nick van Velzen, Board Chair, Hamilton Public Library
  • Paul Takala, CEO and Chief Librarian, Hamilton Public Library
  • Councillor Judi Partridge, Councillor Ward 15

In attendance will be:

  • C.A. Klassen, Vice-Chair, Hamilton Public Library
  • Lu-Ann Duxbury, Project Manager, City of Hamilton
  • John Grguric, Architect, Grguric Architects Inc.
  • Jayme Martin, District Vice-President, TD Canada Trust
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