Proposal for new library moves forward in Media
Media Borough planners have shared their stamp of approval for the plan for the Media-Upper Providence Free Library. The plan will now move to borough council for consideration of a new structure at Front and Jackson streets. “The library, as it is now, is limping along. It is a rabbit warren of five separate structures with security and many code issues,” said architect Robert Linn, who gave planners the full presentation. The new building will honor the style and character of the borough with new treatment of classic lines seen throughout the town. Linn said the applicant had met with HARB, the borough’s historical review board, on the subject of demolishing the existing building.
Source: Daily Times; 3/9/2014