NEW MILFORD — The complete renovation of the New Milford Public Library is in progress and on schedule, according to Mayor Pete Bass. Once the work is completed, the library will be a “state-of-the-art facility,” he said.
The project involves a mixture of utilizing existing space and constructing new areas, including adding a second floor to the 1977 addition. Also added will be more meeting space, a new facade and entrance, and a new makerspace, which can focus on technology or activities.
Bass said the project is a “wonderful corroborative endeavor” with everyone involved. “The town is committed to this project and things are going pretty smoothly.”
The 18-month-long project began last July and is expected to be completed by year-end, with a complete reopening of the library at 24 Main St. in January 2022.
The project is expected to cost…