RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Residents are being asked by the Ridgefield Library to give their opinions of the services it provides.
The survey comes as the library is preparing for its new building, which will be finished in 2014. The library is developing a new "Strategic Plan "which will help us to better define our role in the community and pinpoint those programs, resources and services which are most important to our users," a statement on the library website says.
You can participate in the survey by clicking here , or by asking at the library front desk for a hard copy.
The Daily Voice also wants to know how you use the library. Do you attend the lectures, book clubs, music performances, children's groups and others that the library holds?
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