The Main branch of the Ottawa Public Library will undergo improvements startingWednesday, November 12. As a result, RFID technology will be put in place and there will be a new service point.
The branch will be open while work is being done, however, the circulation desk will be relocated nearby on the first floor.
The book drops will be available during the improvement period.
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