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Pick Up Locations Are Changing

March 12, 2009

Attention MPL Customers!
Pick Up Locations Are Changing Beginning March 17
Holds Change Policy

To prepare for the closing of Carnegie and Conley Libraries as circulating libraries, pick-up locations for reserved materials will be Kennedy and Maring-Hunt Libraries only.

We look forward to seeing you at Kennedy and Maring-Hunt Libraries!    

Let’s Talk About Conley

March 11, 2009

Public Input Meeting @ Carnegie
Monday, March 16, 5:30 pm

Muncie Public Library is inviting public input and suggestions for creative uses of the Conley Library facility which is scheduled to close as a library in June, 2009. Ideas already put forth include a Learning Center with the possibility of it being called the Vivian Conley Learning Center.

The Library also wishes to use this public meeting to share details of HB 1001, which placed caps on property taxes. This will have a significant impact on Delaware County in general and Muncie Public Library in particular.

All interested citizens should attend this public meeting to review the impact of HB1001 and to explore creative uses of the Conley facility that will be of benefit to the entire community.

Need Legal Advice? Get Answers!

January 7, 2009

Indiana Legal Services Logo

Tuesday, January 6 at Maring-Hunt Library , 9 a.m. until Noon
An attorney from Indiana Legal Services, Inc. in Indianapolis will provide free and confidential legal advice on civil matters. If you have legal questions, you can get answers. Please stop at the Reference Desk on the day of the event to put your name on the list for first come, first served basis.

Tuesday, January 20 at Conley Library , 9 a.m. until Noon
An attorney from Indiana Legal Services, Inc. in Indianapolis will provide free and confidential legal advice on civil matters. If you have legal questions, you can get answers. Please stop at the Checkout Desk on the day of the event to put your name on the list for first come, first served basis.

***To be eligible for these services, a person must have a household income that is less than 125 percent of the federal poverty income level, meaning an income of $13,000 for a one-person household, or an income of $26,500 for a four-person income. Those ages 60 or older are eligible for services regardless of income or household size.***

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