Library debuts revamped space

Patrons line up at the service desk.

Fifteen months after COVID-19 forced the closure of the Keizer Cultural Center, one of its tenants, the Keizer Community Library, reopened last week with a ribbon cutting held on Saturday, Sept. 18 at the entrance of the center.

Library board president Paula Guiles introduced Mayor Cathy Clark who cut the ribbon hung across the center . . .

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