Suwannee Democrat

Suwannee Democrat

July 12, 2012

Update: Live Oak Library closure not storm related, says county administrator

Live Oak — The Live Oak branch of Suwannee Regional Library on US 129 South will be closed until further notice for repairs.


“Could be three to five days, hopefully no more than that,” said Suwannee County Administrator Randy Harris. “Planning to replace carpet in several areas and do some painting.”


The Emergency Management Office stated in an email on Wednesday that the closing was to make repairs caused by Tropical Storm Debby. However, County Administrator Randy Harris said massive problems with other county buildings will take quite awhile to complete and as such he decided to go ahead and take care of the minor repairs at the library that were needed.

According to the library, all overdue fines accrued during this time will be waived.


The Suwannee County Clerk of Court records division will be temporarily housed in the courthouse annex in Live Oak at 218 Parshley Street, two blocks west of the Post Office, according to Clerk of Court Barry Baker.


The division consists of records, marriage licenses and passports.


The division was temporarily located in the Live Oak Library. However, due to the repairs, the clerk's records division had to move.


The records division is normally housed in the north wing of the Suwannee County Courthouse. They moved out of there just days after Tropical Storm Debby due to mold and water damage.

 

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