The Anderson Public Library’s expansion project is speeding up at Main Street as crews work on dozens of different finishing projects throughout the original building, new addition, and outside. Inside the original building, floors have been laid down (with protective plastic sheets on top), ceiling tile grids have been installed, and some final paint has been rolled on the walls. The new Kentucky History Room has seen its fireplace redone with a historic, reclaimed wood mantle and stone finish.
In the new addition, more ceiling grids have been installed and the new children’s area has new lighting. The meeting rooms are coming together as well. Outside, parts of the new library sign has been installed, and curbing and sidewalks have been poured in the parking lot.