New windows at library

The Island Free Library’s Board of Trustees was updated on building maintenance projects, chief amongst them the two phases of the window replacement work, at a meeting on Feb. 23. New windows for phase one, the upper level of the rear wall, have been installed. In phase two, the rest of the building’s windows will be replaced.
The windows are in,” Chair Lisa Nolan reported, quoting Library Director Kristin Baumann. Nolan added that she and Vice Chair Shirlyne Gobern “have gone by separately to see that they are in fact in, but the shingles aren’t all quite there.”
Baumann said the contractor for the project, Lucas Silva, has been working on finishing up the first phase. “He’s been here, the windows were put in and straightened. He was there today [Feb. 23] working on the trim, and no doubt he will continue shingling.”
“He’s going to have to go back for a project maybe in March or April but then that becomes a question of phase two [for the project]: do we want to start it in the summer? The fall?” asked Baumann.
“I have spoken to him too and he is getting some comparisons for the rest

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