- Associated Press - Saturday, April 15, 2017

LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - Lincoln residents are being invited to a town hall meeting for a presentation on a proposed new library to be built downtown.

The meeting Tuesday evening at Bennett Martin Public Library is open to the public.

Consultants will present a draft of the Central Library Building Program Statement that is based on community input gathered through meetings, focus groups and an online survey. The presentation will include a list of the amenities desired by the community with illustrations and renderings.

The new library will replace Bennett Martin, which a 2003 study determined the city had outgrown.

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