JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. (WDRB) — Now that many students are heading back into classrooms, a southern Indiana library has been given the green light to reopen. Parents said it’s not a moment too soon.
Phones are finally ringing again, and books are being checked out. Just a few days ago, the Jeffersonville Township Public Library reopened its doors at 211 E Court Ave. for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic a year ago.
“It saves me so much money. I am thrilled it’s back open,” said Ceara Johnson, who would often bring her two daughters to the library before the pandemic. “As a parent, it was very hard for me to find books, because I had to go buy them order them online, and they didn’t have a lot of selections.”
The library’s director, David Seckman, said it’s great to see the kids back reading and to have resources available…