Photo/Dakota Antelman

MARLBOROUGH – Photograph on Sunday captured a frozen scene at Marlborough Public Library as the area continues to thaw due to inclement weather this weekend.

Heavy machinery parked on the library property was quiet, although work continued this year on what is a major renovation project.

The finished project will improve accessibility while adding new facilities to the library space.

This project will cost over $20 million and began in September. Demolition of part of the building began late last month, now leaving the library’s historic Carnegie facade as the only remaining part of the old structure.

The new design will preserve the Carnegie facade while adding space behind it on the existing library grounds.

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Dakota Antelman has worked with the Community Advocate since 2016 and is now an editor. He is passionate about community journalism with a cross-media background spanning municipal government, arts and entertainment, sports and more. To email Dakota, click here

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