Library to open at Chicago-Ashland Goldblatt's early in 2010

By Aaron Bilton 

Library Commissioner Mary Dempsey expects the city Department of Consumer Services to vacate space in the Goldblatt's building at Chicago and Ashland by mid- to late April.

At that point the Chicago Public Library, along with the Department of General Services, will be able to get to work remodeling the new library branch there.

Money for the project has been budgeted and it appears everything is lined up to go forward. Dempsey expects the new library to open sometime in the first quarter of 2010.
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