A day after Yolo County announced library staff working on site are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, Woodland Public Library leaders reflected on the challenges of the past year.
The Woodland Public Library closed down on March 15, 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic in what “proved to be a challenging year for us all,” according to the library’s 2019-20 annual report.
The report was presented to the Woodland City Council during their meeting on Tuesday, which was held via Zoom.
Noel Rodriguez, president of the Library Board of Trustees, introduced the 12-page report that detailed everything from improvements to the physical space to the number of programs and visitors.
“The library like the rest of our community has had to adjust to COVID and the regulations which were enacted for the public’s safety and our staff safety,” Rodriguez said. “During this past year as…