WCLS library survey closes this Sunday

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Gary and Cindy Lou offered the home pictured above, located at 7968 Birch Bay Drive, for consideration as a local library branch by Lou Vogt for $750,000 in September. The Whatcom County Library System (WCLS) is studying the property to determine its feasibility. Photo by Oliver Lazenby.

By Oliver Lazenby

Have an opinion about library services in Birch Bay? The Whatcom County Library System (WCLS) wants to hear from Birch Bay residents and Sunday, December 11, is the last day to fill out an online survey on library use and interest in a library in Birch Bay.

Paper copies of the survey are available at the Blaine Public Library.

WCLS wants to hear from people living in Birch Bay, whether they use the library or not, according to a press release from WCLS.

The survey is part of an assessment that WCLS is conducting to determine whether to add library services in Birch Bay due to growth in the community. Currently, the WCLS bookmobile visits Birch Bay Square and the Bay City Market every Wednesday for a total of five hours per week.

If WCLS added service to Birch Bay, it would not reduce library services in Blaine, according to the press release.

The library board of trustees will discuss survey results at its December 20 meeting. Take the survey online at wcls.org.

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