will now not reopen until at least April, according to township officials.
Lower Merion Township’s flagship library and the busiest library in Montgomery County, Ludington closed in 2010 for a $9.1 million renovation. Issues with construction first delayed the project to fall of 2011, then to early 2012 and now to “the second quarter of 2012,” said Township Manager Doug Cleland.
After construction is completed in the first quarter, it will take between six and 10 weeks to move in shelving, computers, books and reopen, he added.
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Meanwhile, with the , the has expanded its hours and is open seven days a week.