As part of its long range planning effort, the Largo Public Library is going to hold a public meeting at the library on 8 March at 6:30 pm.
The purpose of the meeting is to get feedback from the public on the services the library provides or should provide. From this and other sources of information, the library will make decisions about programs and services. These decisions become critical in the current environment of budget constraints.
This is a wonderful opportunity for patrons who use the Genealogy Center at the library, attend PGS classes, or attend PGS meetings to let the library know the value of that resource. The genealogy program is the largest and most active in the library because of its volunteers, and this is the time to try and influence the level of formal support that the library provides.
So drop by the meeting at 6:30 pm on 8 March. You don't have to talk long, just let your voice be heard.