The New Yorker’s for Better Libraries Political Action Committee has released its 2010 Voter’s Guide. The Guide scores New York State legislators based on how strongly they voted in support of library-friendly legislation. While you’re at their site consider a donation and subscribe to their online newsletter. Strong libraries don’t just happen!
Local historian Tim Main and Library Director Ed Dunscombe following Tim’s March 31st program on the history of Endicott’s libraries.
A national survery funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation reports that one-third of Americans (77 million) used public library computers to access the Internet in the last year. 40% received help with employment needs, 37% with health issues, and 42% with educational needs . The stats…
A plea for libraries from author Karin Slaughter
The May 2011 issue of Discover magazine has a feature article on fracking for natural gas. The issue is available at our library.
Mother Goose story time will be cancelled on Thursday, February 12th due to illness. We will have all regular story times next week during the schools’ winter break.
GFJ maintains a library of documents related to the i3 Electronics Wastewater Treatment Plant on the Huron Campus in Endicott. Electronic copies may be read below. We also maintain paper copies that may be read at our library, 1001 Park Street in Endicott. Industrial SPDES Permit Fact Sheet State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) Discharge Permit Notice…