MASON, Mich. — The City of Mason and Capital Area District Libraries (CADL) have partnered to plan future improvements to the CADL Mason Branch.
The goal is to modernize the facility to make it more accessible for today’s users and into the future. The library recently celebrated its 80th year in operation in Downtown Mason. The historic building and the library’s services have played a central role in the community’s characteristic Hometown USA lifestyle.
The Mayotte Group has concluded a feasibility study to determine potential improvements to sustain and enhance library operations into the future. This includes improving ADA accessibility, and expanding program spaces for adults, teens, and children.
Come see the results! Community members are invited to an open house held in the Sycamore Room at City Hall in Mason, directly across from the Library, 201 W. Ash Street, on Tuesday, March 12th from 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Participants will learn more about the results of the feasibility study and have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.