Limited hours and limited capacity highlight Clinton's Warner Library reopening to the public this week.
Business Manager Samantha Rusk says their staff is excited to start seeing patrons return to their facility on North Quincy Street this week. In addition to smaller crowd sizes and limited hours, they also have limited access to the bookshelves.
Rusk outlines how things are going to work for a while. She explains a lot of business is going to be conducted at the front desk and they are asking patrons to wear masks under the guidance of the library board and the local department of health.
Curbside services are still available for the community. Rusk indicates if you are still hesitant about returning to the building, they are still bringing folks their desired materials to their vehicles. Additionally, Rusk points out they are putting together areas of the library for patrons to find materials that might interest them.
Visit the library at 310 North Quincy Street, call 217-935-5174, visit www.vwarner.org, or follow the library on social media at Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.