LIVINGSTON COUNTY – Three libraries in Livingston county received $2,500 each from New York State.
According to a press release from Senator Patrick M. Gallivan, 15 public libraries in Wyoming, Livingston and Monroe counties, including Avon, Caledonia and Lima, will receive a shared total of $40,000.
“Public libraries enrich the lives of residents of all ages by providing access to books, films, computers and the internet,” said Gallivan. “People can do research, advance their education, write a resume or search for a job from the comfort of their neighborhood library. It’s important to make sure these facilities have the resources necessary to meet the needs of the communities they serve.”
The grants are to be used for technology related programs and services, including the purchase of computer equipment or security related items.