W.J. Niederkorn Library

Port Washington officers will request comments from residents to decide what the future of the city’s library must glance like.

Widespread council customers discussed the difficulty soon after the presentation of a nine-thirty day period library research Tuesday.

The study, done by Plunkett Raysich Architects, estimated renovations could value amongst $380,000 and $1.5 million, when a new making would value about $6.5 million, should the city pick out to relocate the W.J. Niederkorn Library.

The library has occupied the recent space at 316 W. Grand Ave. for 60 decades. The library doubled in size in 2001, but its out-of-date inside functions and failing exterior elements need to have repair service.

The research concluded that the roof wants to be replaced, the building’s siding is damaged, the kitchenette does not meet code and features like stair treads, home windows and loos have to have to be changed or up-to-date.