August 23, 2013
The old Crozet Library closed for good at 1 PM on Friday.
The doors and even the book drops have been locked.
A new library has been built, but Branch Manager Wendy Saz says that there were a lot of memories tied up in the old building.
"It’s been home to so many people, so many memories. It's served so many purposes to this community... It’s a railroad station, library and we hope the next public function. It will always stand as a part of this community and its history."
The new Crozet Library, located on the corner of Crozet Avenue and Library Avenue, will be opening up at 9 AM on September 4.
If you have a book on hold, you can let the Jefferson Madison Regional Library System know you want to pick it up at another location.
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