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Fargo library sends surveys for input

The Fargo Public Library is distributing surveys to collect community input on its current programs and future direction. The purpose of the surveys is to find out how customers feel about existing services and locations and to learn about additi...

The Fargo Public Library is distributing surveys to collect community input on its current programs and future direction.

The purpose of the surveys is to find out how customers feel about existing services and locations and to learn about additional services and locations citizens believe are needed in Fargo.

Surveys are available at the Fargo Public Library, 102 3rd St. N., and the Southpointe Branch, 3051 25th St. S..

Surveys are also being distributed door-to-door in north Fargo, a possible site for future library expansion, to about 2,000 homes.

Survey distribution began Saturday and is expected to continue until May 30.

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The library plans to announce the results during the Fargo Public Library Board of Trustees' meeting June 24.

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