3 library options to go before Kittery voters

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KITTERY, Maine – Nearly two-dozen residents turned out to listen to an informational session from the town’s Rice Library Working Group on the possible Rice Library location options that will appear in a non-binding referendum question.

The non-binding referendum question will be on the town’s Nov. 7 ballot with three library options for voters to decide on, which include building an addition and renovating the existing Rice building to make it compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), building a new library on the grounds of the Kittery Community Center along Rogers Road or leaving the current status quo with the library spread across the Rice and Taylor buildings.

Neither building is currently ADA compliant.

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