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Senator Gallivan Announces Funding for Local Libraries

Patrick M. Gallivan

July 05, 2018

Grants Support Technology and Security Upgrades

Senator Patrick M. Gallivan (R-C-I, Elma) is announcing grants to 26 public libraries in Erie, Wyoming, Livingston and Monroe counties that are located in the 59th State Senate District.  The libraries will share a total of $72,500.

“Public libraries provide valuable resources within the communities they serve,” Senator Gallivan said.  “Neighborhood libraries not only promote literacy, they provide residents of all ages with resources and internet access to continue their education, advance their career, conduct research and become life-long learners.  These grants will help ensure libraries have the resources they need to better connect and serve their communities.”

The grants are to be used for technology related programs and services, including the purchase of computer equipment, or security related items.  The following Erie County libraries will receive funding:

Aurora Town Library

$2,500

Boston Free Library

$2,500

Eden Library

$2,500

Elma Public Library

$2,500

Ewell Free Library, Alden

$2,500

Hulbert Library, Town of Concord

$2,500

Lancaster Public Library                              

$5,000

Marilla Free Library

$2,500

Town of Collins Public Library   

$2,500

Town of North Collins Public Library

$2,500

West Seneca Public Library 

$5,000

 

The following libraries in Wyoming, Livingston and Monroe counties will also receive funding.

Arcade Free Library

$2,500

Cordelia A. Greene Library

$2,500

Eagle Free Library

$2,500

Perry Public Library

$2,500

Pike Library

$2,500

Stevens Memorial Library, Attica

$2,500

Town of Gainesville Public Library

$2,500

Warsaw Public Library                              

$2,500

Wyoming Free Circulating Library Association

$2,500

Avon Free Library   

$2,500

Caledonia Library Association

$2,500

Lima Public Library 

$2,500

Wadsworth Library

$2,500

Henrietta Public Library

$5,000

Scottsville Free Library

$2,500

 

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