Virtual Library Tour

Seekonk Public Library has embarked on a long journey to developing a better library building from which to serve you. We are currently working on a planning grant application that will be submitted to the Mass. Board of Library Commissioners in January.  At this early point in the process, it is impossible to say what […]

Three Warrant Articles Will Determine the Library’s Future

The library has two articles on the warrant for November Town Meeting relating to the Massachusetts public library construction program. Article 12 is requesting $25,000 from Free Cash to fund a Library Facilities Study. The purpose of a facilities study is to (1) examine the community’s current and future library service needs, (2) determine the […]

Trustee’s Letter About Town Meeting Warrant Articles

The letter below is from the Board of Library Trustees and it appeared in the Rehoboth Reporter (online edition) on October 23, 2013. We have added it to the blog as part of the library’s on-going effort to inform you about important local issues. An opposing viewpoint by Doreen Taylor, a former Seekonk Selectmen, can be […]

Library Construction Planning Grants

In 2000, a Facilities Committee appointed by Town Meeting determined that the library building was inadequate for providing the services expected of a modern public library.  The library subsequently applied for and received a three million dollar construction grant from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners [MBLC] to undertake a major renovation and expansion of […]