Heart of the Town: How the 2002 Bond Act Helped Reinvent the Cherry Hill Public Library

In 2002, the last New Jersey statewide bond referendum allowed the Cherry Hill community to break ground on a new library building. Due to the growing needs of the town, the new library came with infrastructure for a growing technological world, meeting space for community organizations, and an entire floor dedicated to children’s materials, […]

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Renovated Spaces for Children, Teens and ESL Tutoring at Bergenfield Public Library

In November 2001, the NJ State Library approved the Bergenfield Public Library’s grant application for its major expansion. Almost $745,000 was awarded to the Library in construction grant funds, or 22.5% of the project. The official groundbreaking occurred in November 2003. After a lengthy construction period, on June 12, 2005, the newly renovated and […]

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