Updated: May 21, 2020
As businesses around New York are starting to open, I wanted to let you know that the Clinton Community Library staff and Board of Trustees are working hard behind the scenes to get things ready for when we have the green light to re-open.
Every day we are getting closer, but we must be vigilant about putting safety measures in place prior to opening our doors. When the appropriate time comes, CCL will re-open in stages beginning with curbside pickup of library materials, then limiting the number of patrons in the building, scheduling appointments for the computers, and taking a measured approach to ensure the safety of our community. We are ironing out all the details and hoping to make things as streamlined as possible.
Our guidance for reopening comes from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control & Prevention), NY State and Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Dutchess County, NYLA (New York Library Association), and the Mid-Hudson Library System.
In the coming days we will keep you updated on the library’s reopening status, but until then we are still here for you! Leave us a voicemail at (845) 266-5530, email us at email@example.com, or take advantage of our many online resources for eBooks, audiobooks, and education.
We miss all of you very much!
— Carol Bancroft, Library Director