The Highland Public Library announced Tuesday that it would close its Clintondale branch at 302 Crescent Avenue.
“It is with much sadness that we announce the closing of our Clintondale Branch.,” said Library director Julie Kelsall-Dempsey. “We have valued our partnership with the Clintondale Friends Church and enjoyed the opportunity to have a physical presence in Clintondale. The Church is growing and needs the building for their own programs. We thank them for allowing us to utilize the building for over 30 years and wish them well.”
The Branch will close to the public on July 31, 2021. Staff will remain in the building through August and possibly September to pack up. Beginning August 1, 2021 please pick up any outstanding holds and return any Clintondale items to Highland.
Staff will transfer to Highland where they will continue the programs they started while at Clintondale.
“Thank you for your support all these years,” Kelsall-Dempsey said. “We hope to see you at our primary location in Highland.”