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There will be an important City Council meeting next week to discuss the status of the proposed Library expansion and renovation.  The meeting will be held on Monday, January 10, 7 pm. in Woburn City Hall.  
 
This past spring the Library unveiled plans for expansion—for background visit http://www.woburnpubliclibrary.org/default/library-renovation-and-expans... .  As discussed in the Woburn Daily times article, Mayor Galvin indicated he will not support the project at the proposed cost and was looking for a lower cost option.  There has been a lot of discussion and press about this important issue, and this City Council meeting is the next step in the process.
There will be an important City Council meeting next week to discuss the status of the proposed Library expansion and renovation.  The meeting will be held on Monday, January 10, 7 pm. in Woburn City Hall.  
 
This past spring the Library unveiled plans for expansion—for background visit http://www.woburnpubliclibrary.org/default/library-renovation-and-expans... .  As discussed in the Woburn Daily times article, Mayor Galvin indicated he will not support the project at the proposed cost and was looking for a lower cost option.  There has been a lot of discussion and press about this important issue, and this City Council meeting is the next step in the process.
There will be an important City Council meeting next week to discuss the status of the proposed Library expansion and renovation.  The meeting will be held on Monday, January 10, 7 pm. in Woburn City Hall.  
 
This past spring the Library unveiled plans for expansion—for background visit http://www.woburnpubliclibrary.org/default/library-renovation-and-expans... .  As discussed in the Woburn Daily times article, Mayor Galvin indicated he will not support the project at the proposed cost and was looking for a lower cost option.  There has been a lot of discussion and press about this important issue, and this City Council meeting is the next step in the process.
 
This past spring the Library unveiled plans for expansion—for background visit http://www.woburnpubliclibrary.org/default/library-renovation-and-expans... .  As discussed in the Woburn Daily times article, Mayor Galvin indicated he will not support the project at the proposed cost and was looking for a lower cost option.  There has been a lot of discussion and press about this important issue, and this City Council meeting is the next step in the process.
There will be an important City Council meeting next week to discuss the status of the proposed Library expansion and renovation. The meeting will be held on Monday, January 10, 7 p.m. in Woburn City Hall. This past spring the Library unveiled plans for expansion—for background on the proposed plans visit this page on the Library website.

Getting ready for Social Media training on Saturday, thought I'd do some rounding up of some I've found in Woburn that are active on social media.  Focusing initially on community organizations but would welcome suggestions for good examples of local businesses that are using social media effectively.

FACEBOOK
Boys & Girls Club
Clapp Goodyear PTO

We're now taking official sign-ups for the first SCI Social Media Workshop on Saturday, Aug. 14.  The session will run from 9:30-11 a.m. at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Woburn, 60 Forest Rd.  We appreciate them sharing their wifi enabled meeting space with us for this training!  Click here to purchase pay your registration fee & sign up!.