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Signs could soon lead the way to Amherst's public libraries

Finding Amherst's public libraries may soon become just a little bit easier.

There's currently no roadside signage in the town to inform residents about the location of a nearby public library, like those used in other towns in Erie County.

The Town Board on Monday will consider having at least nine directional signs bearing the universal library symbol installed around town to show the way to the nearest library.

The specified locations include:

  • The intersection of Hopkins Road and Klein Road;
  • The intersection of Maple Road and Hopkins Road;
  • The entrance to the Police/Court/Senior Center/Library Complex on Audubon
    Parkway;
  • The intersection of J.J. Audubon Parkway and North Forest Road;
  • The intersection of J.J. Audubon Parkway and Dodge Road;
  • The intersection of Main Street and Burroughs Drive, pointing in both directions;
  • The intersection of Main Street and Harlem Road;
  • The intersection of Main Street and South Cayuga Road; and
  • The intersection of Main Street and Evans Street;

Each sign costs $90, which includes labor, post and installation.

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