Loganville library Nate Rall city council meeting

Nate Rall, the director for facilities and planning with the Georgia Public Library Service, answers questions from Loganville City Council members during a called council meeting on June 16, 2022. City leaders agreed to support the library system applying for a state grant to build a new O’Kelly Memorial Library.

The O’Kelly Memorial Library could be in a new, larger building in a different spot three years from now.

In a 5-1 vote last Thursday during a lengthy called meeting, the Loganville City Council voted in favor of the Azalea Regional Library System’s application for a $3 million state grant to build a new library downtown on city-owned property.

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