The public is being asked to weigh in on replacement plans for the North Dartmouth Library.

Dartmouth Public Libraries has released a survey which will be used to write Library Building Program.

Director of Libraries Lynne Antunes says the first Library Building Program, written in 2001, found the existing library to be inadequate to serve the community.

Antunes says the proposed relocation of Tucker Road has given them more reason to look at replacement options for the library.

The survey can be found at both libraries and Town Hall. Online versions are available here.

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