Board + Building
Monthly updates about managing our library and preparing to build a new library center
The Kennett Square Borough Council unanimously votes to allow the demolition of the 120 S. Willow Street building.
Progress update from Fairmont Ventures on the feasibility study which is due to conclude round the end of August
Lukmire Architects provides the 3rd library design revision which incorporates changes to reduce construction costs.
The Kennett Library’s launches a new FREE Community Calendar on their website
Capital Campaign committee meets and selects Fairmount ventures as the Feasibility Study Consultants for the capital campaign
Illustrations of the proposed new Library appear in the Spring issue of the FIG.
Cost estimate for the new Library was received from EDIS and the Library begins the value engineering phase to reduce the cost.
The annual Board organizational meeting was held and all officers were reelected for another one year term.
The Kennett Library raised $900,000 from the sale of their property at the corner of Old Baltimore Pike and Ways Lane.
Public meeting was held to explain Library Referendum in New Garden Township
Property sale agreement has been signed for new Library
The Kennett Library buys the "Weinstein Lot"
The Board of Trustees of the Kennett Library votes to reject the Borough's offer
Public meeting called to discuss the Borough's participation
Annual report released, new library location selected
Initial preparations for feasibility study underway
Library begins new year with new director
Library starts new year with new director
Library Director candidates interviewed and the new Kennett
Library begins to take shape
New signage and visioning plans
Visioning Consultants Plan Community Outreach
New logo is approved and planning consultant is selected
Architect for new building selected
Board approves new name, commissions new logo and starts talks with Kennett Borough to build a multi-use building
A new name is selected, Bayard Taylor to be honored and public meetings are planned
The Library name controversy is the board’s first challenge
New name receives overwhelming support from meeting attendees, Library receives $36,000 planning grant
New Officers and a Fresh Start