Clinton Library to reopen after roof damage

After being closed due to damage from a windstorm last week, the Clinton Library is set to reopen Tuesday, April 22.

The week prior, a windstorm knocked a tree limb through the library’s roof. A six-inch hole was punched through the ceiling April 14.

Nobody was in the building at the time of the accident.

According to a news release from the Sno-Isle Libraries, the entire roof will be replaced.

Library customers are able to pick up any books, CDs or videos on hold at the Langley Library. The book drop at the Clinton location can still be used.

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