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For those who could not attend Maitland's four recent public input sessions to help design a new library, here is an opportunity to share your ideas. A new online survey allows you to make suggestions on certain library features including entryways, seating, collections and work desks. Click here to begin: https://forms.gle/HM2a36JP3hUBC7s88Your input will be incorporated into design proposals for the new library.Maitland’s historic library building at 501 S. Maitland Ave. opened in 1907. Building additions were created in 1959, 1972 and 1989. The small property limits additional building expansion, and the age of the facility creates challenges for many other renovations. Repairs have grown increasingly expensive.In 2018, a city assessment led to considerations to build a new library. City Council members looked at different downtown locations before proposing Quinn Strong Park – a three-acre recreational area at 345 S. Maitland Ave. that is adjacent to the existing library as well as the Art & History Museums of Maitland and the Maitland Senior Center.The next step is to create an architectural design to determine the size and cost if the new library construction is later approved by the city. For more information about the library project, visit the city website at www.itsmymaitland.com or call (407) 539-6223