ANNOUNCEMENT FROM AIKEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY
The elevator at the Aiken County Public Library will be taken out of service beginning Monday, October 17, for interior refurbishment and upgrades to its electrical system.
During this time, the first and second floors of the Library will be accessible only by stair. While the elevator is inoperable, library staff will make every reasonable accommodation to provide service to patrons who are dependent on the elevator for mobility.
Patrons are encouraged to visit any of five library branch locations in Aiken County, all of which are accessible. Branch libraries are located in Jackson, Langley, New Ellenton, North Augusta, and Wagener. For hours of operation and directions, visit the LIBRARY LOCATIONS section of the library's website.
"We are hoping the work will be complete and the elevator back in service in less than a month," said Aiken-Bamberg-Barnwell-Edgefield Regional Library Director Mary Jo Dawson. "Until then, our staff will work diligently to minimize the inconvenience for patrons."
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Return library materials inside at the first floor book return and enter to win a $50 Amazon gift card! A random winner will be selected when the elevator is back in service.
One entry per visit. Sponsored by the Friends of the Aiken County Public Library.