Custer County Library to Close Two Days for Bookshelf Installation.

By Herb Ryan
October 28, 2016

Custer, SD – The Custer County Library will be closed for bookshelf installation on the repaired back wall and ceiling repair starting Tuesday November 1, 2016 and if progress allows, the library will reopen Wednesday November 2, 2106 at 3:00 pm.

”  Star Academy donated oak shelving which we greatly appreciate because we did have damaged bookshelf units when the exterior wall was hit by a vehicle on Monday, August 30″, said Custer County Library Director Doris Mertz.

The roof  repair contracted to Black Hills Roofing still needs flashing applied before it is completed. There will also be cement work done on the entrance sidewalk, including a reconfiguring of the rail fence near the entrance to allow a connector sidewalk to the SDSU Cooperative Extension Service Office and the Pine Room.

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Assistant Librarian Mary Richards standing in front of the recently repaired library wall points out ceiling repair issues at the Custer County Library October 27, 2016. Photo:Herb Ryan/Custer Free Press

 

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The roofing project contracted to Black Hills Roofing at the Custer County Library awaits installation of flashing to complete the project. Photo: Herb Ryan/Custer Free Press

 

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Sections of cement in the Custer County Library main entrance walkway that are scheduled for repair. Photo:Herb Ryan/ Custer County Library

 

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A proposed new sidewalk will connect the Custer County Library main entrance with the entrance to the SDSU Cooperative Extension Service Office and the Pine Room. Photo:Herb Ryan/Custer Free Press

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