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Library building meet set today

The Fargo Public Library Building Committee has scheduled its next meeting at9 a.m. today in the Fargo City Commission chambers, 200 3rd St. N.

The committee will discuss a shortened list of possible locations for new libraries in downtown, north and south Fargo.

After the March 29 public input meeting, the committee narrowed its list of options to three sites for each new library. These options are:

- Downtown: the Civic Center parking lot, privately owned site across NP Avenue from Metro Area Transit and tearing down the current library's site and building a new library.

- South Fargo: Ed Clapp Park at 2801 32nd Ave. S., Stonebridge Park at 3711 25th St. S. and the possible site of a new Fargo high school at 3107 52nd Ave. S.

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- North Fargo: Washington Elementary, Yunker Farm and a leased space in a shopping center.

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