Assemblyman Brian Miller (R,C-New Hartford) is pleased to announce three libraries in the 101st Assembly District will be awarded a total of $131,758 in construction awards. This program is part of the 2021-22 State Budget Capital Fund.
“Public libraries are true gems within our society, offering opportunities for lifelong learning and improvement for all people. I am pleased to award Bovina Public Library, Jordanville Public Library and Little Falls Public Library the funds needed to make important capital improvements,” said Miller.“Investment in these important public institutions provides invaluable returns.”
Bovina Public Library in Delaware County will be putting $74,625 toward finishing basement walls, electric and lighting, a basement restroom and kitchen, replacing a kitchen sink appliance and adding HVAC wall units for both floors. Jordanville Public Library in Herkimer County is applying $33,454 to seal cracks in a concrete porch to stop water infiltration, replace of brick piers, rehabilitate heat ducts, replace water filtration and pave parking spaces. Lastly, Little Falls Public Library, also of Herkimer County, is using its $23,679 to replace a damaged sewer pipe and roof drain/stormwater lateral, and install HVAC relays, sensors and actuators.