The $11 million project was funded by the City of Huntsville and donations from private and government partners.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — The wait is over for book lovers in North Huntsville! The new and improved library is now open.
On Wednesday, leaders held a ribbon cutting ceremony to open the new library and the “Dr. Robert Shurney Legacy Center” named after a prominent African American NASA engineer.
The eleven-acre campus includes the latest technologies with 3D printing, meeting rooms and multiple study areas. Leaders believe this will be a great resource for the community.
“Right now we’re having a moment where we can just recognize…