BOULDER, Colo. — The George Reynolds branch of the Boulder Public Library will be closed for two weeks because of a reconfiguration project, officials said.
The project includes the installation of a new automated library materials return system.
Library officials said the new automated system will help the branch get returned items back on the shelves quicker and employees will have more time to interact with customers.
The library is at 3595 Table Mesa Drive. It will close Monday and is scheduled to reopen on Oct. 16.
The Boulder Public Library has four other locations for customers to check out items while the branch is closed.
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