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Okanagan Regional Library hosts hours survey

Armstrong-Spallumcheen residents can have a say on how their library operates.

Okanagan Regional Library is asking for the public’s assistance in determining which library open hours would best serve the community’s needs.

“An hours of operation survey will be conducted at the Armstrong branch between April 20 and May 25,” said Marla O’Brien, ORL public relations officer.

Patrons can visit the branch and request a survey at the front desk or print off a survey at www.orl.bc.ca/branches/armstrong.

“You can then indicate which of the open hours options is preferred, and return completed surveys to the Armstrong branch,” said O’Brien.

 

 

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