Former library to serve as community meeting place

It’s been a library, a daycare center and more, but for the past year or so, the neat brick building at 4410 Holt Road has sat unused. That’s about to change.

Now owned by the Delhi DDA and Delhi Township, the former library will soon be renovated to house the Holt-Delhi Historical Society offices and up to three community meeting spaces. 

Although the new meeting spaces will offer greater capacity than the township board room, which also hosts outside meetings, “It’s not intended to compete with large meeting and reception facilities,” said Lori Underhill of the DDA. “It will be great for service clubs, neighborhood associations and some library functions.”

Renovation plans are still being evaluated, but the DDA hopes construction will begin by early summer.


Last updated: April-17-2017

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