GENEVA — As most who use the Geneva Public Library on Castle Street will tell you, parking — or the lack of it — is a big issue.
The library is hoping to address that with the purchase of the former Touhey Insurance Building at 226 Castle St.
After months of negotiations, the library announced that it had obtained the 14,000-square-foot building and its parking lot. The library said the acquisition, to be fully paid for by a 2018 state Public Library Construction Grant, is part of a multi-phase project focused on expanding off-street parking and improving accessibility and safety for library patrons.
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