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Here's what the public had to say at Renton library open house Tuesday

Iwen Wang, the City of Renton
Iwen Wang, the City of Renton's finance director, took down notes on finance issues at Tuesday's library open house at City Hall.
— image credit: Dean A. Radford/Renton Reporter

The City of Renton Friday afternoon released the comments made at a public open house Tuesday on the Cedar River library and the Highlands library.

Thirty-five people signed in at the open house at City Hall. The open house followed Monday's City Council meeting at which council members committed to keeping the library over the Cedar River.

A memo to Mayor Denis Law and  City Council members from Terry Higashiyama, administrator of the city's Community Services Department who facilitated the open house,  explains how the city will use the comments from the public.

The City of Renton is posting library information at its website.

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