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Monroe County Public Library proposal for the Library Capital Projects Fund

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  • MONROE COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND PLAN 2010-2012
  • Our Mission to enrich individual lives and strengthen our community by offering equitable access to information and opportunities for literacy, learning, and enjoyment .
  • Library Capital Projects Fund Update: 2009 projects
    • Ellettsville
    • Children’s
    • Addition
    • Technology Upgrades
    • Main Library Renovation
      • Architects at work
      • Phase 1 complete in 2009
  • 2010 request
    • Replace Bookmobile $200,000
    • Update technology $126,853
    • upgrade computers
    • purchase digital CATS equipment
    • Renovate Main Library (phase 2) $185,154
    • improve Drive-Up and Circulation areas,
    • Movies & Music, Children’s department
    • TOTAL $512,007
    Library Capital Projects Fund
  • Replace Book mobile 80 Years of Service 1929-2009
  • SERVING the whole county
    • The Book mobile brings the library to
    • remote communities
    • low-income neighborhoods
    • seniors
    • On the road
    • every day except Friday
    • making 28 weekly stops
  • Circulation has doubled.
  • Why now?
    • On the road since 1997
    • … and showing its age!
    • Generator burning more and more oil
    • Main engine and generator less reliable
    • and producing more diesel fumes
    • Flooring below carpet starting to buckle
    • Electrical system not always reliable
    • IT WILL TAKE A YEAR TO ACQUIRE NEW VEHICLE.
  • TECH UPGRADES Library Capital Projects Plan
  • CATS investment for digital delivery Upgrade MASTER CONTROL and EQUIPMENT in the FIELD
      • Replace
      • 25% of library
      • COMPUTERS
      • Add
      • SELF-CHECKOUT
      • stations
    Computer equipment
  • MAIN LIBRARY renovation
  • CIRCULATION increased 9.6% in 2008 HOLDS increased 25% in 2008 MOVIES & MUSIC 47% of circulation in 2008
  • Improving drive-up access and circulation efficiency
  • Making room for Movies & Music
  • Renovating children’s spaces
  • 2011 and 2012 plans
    • 2011
    • Materials handling system $345,560
    • Computer technology investment $125,000
    • Allocation for future projects $ 60,000
    • TOTAL $530,560
    • 2012
    • Acquire/lease site for new branch $486,782
    • Computer technology investment $ 60,000
    • TOTAL $611,782
  • Why invest in the Library?
  • Library card holders 82,066
  • items circulated in 2008 2,496,313
  • visits to a Library facility in 2008 1,148,201
  • visits to the Library website in 2008 1,568,906
  • uses of Library public computers in 2008 289,000
  • In 2008, Monroe County residents received       in value for each $1 invested in the Library. ROI   $1.80 Return  On  Investment
    • Our LIBRARY is recognized as one of the FINEST public libraries in the country:
    • ranked #2 in the Hennen
    • American Public Library Ranking
    • for libraries of our size
    • rated a “three-star” public library
    • by Library Journal
  • Library Capital Projects Fund 2010-2012
    • 2010
    • Replace Bookmobile $200,000
    • Update technology $126,853
    • Renovate Main Library (phase 2) $185,154
    • TOTAL $512,007
    • 2011 $530,560
    • 2012 $611,782