The Stanley W. Tubbs Memorial Library is getting a facelift, thanks to a series of improvements that are sure to delight visitors.
The work is still underway, Sallisaw City Manager Keith Skelton said Tuesday, but the project, which began last summer, is nearing completion.
Crews have replaced the old gazebo outside the library with a new one, removed old sweet gum trees, tore out all the flower beds and replaced them with concrete and they are installing a new, handicapped-accessible front door. The “minor grounds update” also includes the replacement of rotten wood around the library’s windows, Skelton noted.
KXMX News Staff
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