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7.1 BRANCH FACILITIES

· Aurora Branch—owned

o Carnegie Building—approximately 100 years old (as of 2017). Renovation completed in 1992.

o Joined Barry-Lawrence Regional Library in June 1979.

o Approximate square footage: 6,900

· Cassville Branch—owned

o Was the first to join with the Lawrence County Library in 1954 in a cooperative system serving both Barry and Lawrence Counties.

o New building completed in 2002

o Approximate square footage: 9,674

· Eagle Rock Branch—library space provided by the Eagle Rock Community Association. ERCA has a long term lease on the old school building from the Cassville School District.

o Renovated in 1988.

o Approximate square footage: 550

· Marionville Branch—owned

o New building completed in 2006.

o Approximate square footage: 5,950

· Miller Branch—owned

o Renovated in 1993.

o Approximate square footage: 1,280

· Monett Branch—owned

o Built in 1975.

o Also houses the Regional Office for the Library District.

o Approximate square footage: 6,260

§ Monett Branch—5,113

§ Regional Office—1,147

· Mt. Vernon Branch—owned

o Was the first to join with the Barry County Library in 1954 in a cooperative system serving both Barry and Lawrence Counties.

o Building completed in 1988. Exterior renovations completed in 2012.

o Approximate square footage: 6,260

· Pierce City Branch—owned

o New building completed in 2005.

o Approximate square footage: 4,210

· Shell Knob Branch—owned

o Renovated in 1989.

o Approximate square footage: 3,000

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