With several heat alerts this summer already, the AC unit at the needs to be in top working condition. However, The air condition unit in the adult reference area is the original from the late 60s, according to Library Director Gretchen Bell at a .
At a , the Board discussed the Library’s antiquated air conditioning system, which, at that time, had one broken coil, which is no longer manufactured. Bell was waiting to hear from Honeywell, the air conditioning company, to see if the part could be replaced. If the part cannot be found, the Board will have to consider other options.
They also talked about replacing air conditioning system with one that will be affordable in the present, as well as a system that is affordable when it comes to yearly service fees.
On Thursday, representatives from Honeywell are coming to a special Board meeting at 11 a.m. to discuss the HVAC system at the library.