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Bookshelf 1: Most requested pagesTake a look at the pages most frequently visited on this web site.

Bookshelf 2: Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) reading roomInformation about the Freedom of Information Act and commonly requested items

Bookshelf 3: ResearchReports, publications, periodicals, and data from HUD and other sources

Bookshelf 4: HousingHUD-approved lenders, mortgagee letters, RESPA information, housing reports, and more about single family and multifamily housing and hospital mortgage insurance programs

Bookshelf 5: Public, assisted, and Native American housingHousing authority profiles, facts you should know about public housing, reports, information, and data

Bookshelf 6: HomelessPublications, information for homeless veterans, and more about homeless

Bookshelf 7: Cities/communitiesPublications and information on community development, economic development, disaster relief, and environmental issues

Bookshelf 8: Fair housingAccessibility guidelines, protection and advocacy organizations, information on housing discrimination complaints, and other information about fair housing

Bookshelf 9: FundingInformation about HUD's grants, loans, and contracts and other sources of funding

Bookshelf 10: Legal informationLegal opinions, ALJ decisions, and information from HUD's General Counsel

Bookshelf 11: Web ManagementHUD's web policies and information about HUD's home page

Bookshelf 12: HUD ArchivesNews releases, reports, speeches and funding announcements

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This searches all the documents on the OBL server

This searches the database fields -- title, date, description, source etc. but not the documents themselves

Main Library (by subject):7-Step Roadmap (Steps leading up to, including and following the 2010 General Elections); Activism and Advocacy (groups from Burma, solidarity groups, campaigns, publications); Administration and administrative areas of Burma/Myanmar; Agriculture and fisheries; Anthropology; Archaeology; Aung San Suu Kyi; Censuses; Chao-Tzang Yawnghwe - various writings, photos etc.; Children; Civil Society; Climate Change; Decentralisation; Development - focus on Sustainable and Endogenous Development; Dialogue/reform/transition - from military to civilian rule?; Drugs; Economic development assistance to Burma/Myanmar; Economic oppression, Extortion, Robbery; Economy; Education; Energy; Environment; Food Security; Foreign Relations; Forests and forest peoples; Funding; Geography; Governance; Health; History; Human Rights; Humanitarian Assistance to Burma/Myanmar; Information services in the region and Burma/Myanmar; Internal conflict; Internal Displacement/Forced Migration; International Labour Organisation (ILO); Labour issues; Land; Languages of Burma/Myanmar; Law and Constitution; Migration; Military (Tatmadaw), Military Intelligence, Police etc.; National League for Democracy (NLD); Natural disasters - regional and Burma/Myanmar; Natural Resource Use; Non-Burman and non-Buddhist groups; Palaeontology; Politics and Government; Publications, ministries, embassies and other Government-related sites; Refugees; Regional Dynamics; Religious and ethnic discrimination; Social issues (under construction); Society and Culture; Statelessness; Tourism; Trafficking and smuggling of people; UN System and Burma/Myanmar; Water, including dams; Wetlands; Women;

Reading Room (by source): Abstracts, bibliographies, scholarly journals, libraries, institutes, universities, other research tools; Archives; Bibliographies and online documents of individual Burma/Myanmar scholars; Bibliographies of Chinese texts relating to Burma; Blogs; Book Reviews and Announcements; Books on Burma/Myanmar covering several topics, frequently with several contributors; Burma/Myanmar material on academic websites; Burma/Myanmar material on institute and think tank websites; Burmese (Myanmar) language material (books, articles etc.); Conferences/seminars etc.; Discussion Groups; Encyclopedias, dictionaries etc.; Major online locations of books, reports and articles on Burma; Maps and satellite imagery; Multilingual resources; Network Myanmar (Archive); News - . Favourites; News - Broadcast media (transcripts - archives); News - Burma news sources - lists; News - Burma news sources focussed on non-Burman peoples; News - Burma newsletters, periodicals and news archives; News - Burma/Myanmar news sources in Burmese (current sites); News - Burma/Myanmar news sources in English (current sites); News - Burma/Myanmar news sources in non-Burmese languages of Burma (current sites); News - Burma/Myanmar selected news and commentary from various sources; News - Commentary/analysis about Burma/Myanmar; News - Daily newspapers produced by the Government of Burma/Myanmar (archive from June 2003); News - Inactive Burma news sites and discussion groups; News - International sources; News - Private sector publications produced under censorship restrictions; Online Books; Online collections containing books, records etc. on Burma/Myanmar; Online E-books and other resources in Burmese; Online Entertainment sites (Burmese language); Online sale of crafts, clothes, art, books, CDs, magazines etc.; Photographs and other images of Burma; Searching and downloading - Burma and beyond - databases, search engines etc.; Statistics, profiles, general information etc. on Burma/Myanmar; Videos and films; Wikileaks-Burma/Myanmar;

Alphabetical list of subjects: Complete list ofcategories and sub-categories.

reg.burma archive (1993-2001):This is the 220MB archive of the IGC online conference which was the mainvehicle for online Burma communications for most of the '90s. Thearchive, which is fully searchable from the reg.burma search, contains all theissues of the BurmaNet News from 1993-2001 and its predecessors, earlynumbers of "Burma Issues" and about 30,000 pages of other material,including some long documents. This is the conference that was searchablefrom the "Burmanet Gopher" which disappeared a couple of years ago. Now,thanks to IGC, ibiblio and OBL, it is back for searching (not forposting).

Burma Press Summary:Complete Text Archive (i.e. minus graphics) of Hugh MacDougall'sabstracts of "The Working People's Daily" and "The New Light ofMyanmar" April 1987 to December 1996. Many full texts of speeches, laws etc.An important resource for Burmaresearchers. Warning: some big files.

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Sunday, July8

Concerning that day and hour nobody knows, neither the angels of the heavens nor the Son, but only the Father.Matt. 24:36.

Jesus said those words while he was on earth. But Christ has been empowered in heaven to wage war against Satans world. (Rev. 19:11-16) Thus, it is reasonable to conclude that Jesus now knows when Armageddon will occur. We, however, do not know. It is imperative that we stay watchful until the tribulation occurs. Yet, the timing of that event has never been uncertain to Jehovah. He has determined exactly when the end will come. He is counting down the time to the start of the great tribulation, and its start will not be late! (Hab. 2:1-3) How can we be sure of this? Jehovahs prophecies have always been fulfilled right on time! We can be certain that Jehovahs promise of deliverance through the great tribulation will not fail us either. However, if we want to survive the destruction of this system, we must keep on the watch. w16.07 2:4-6

Peter said to him: Even if all the others are stumbled, I will not be.Mark 14:29.

At a critical moment, the apostles abandoned Jesus. Peter had earlier stated that even if the others did that, he would not. (Mark 14:27-31,50) Nevertheless, when Jesus was being taken into custody, all the apostlesincluding Peterabandoned him. Peter repeatedly denied even knowing Jesus. (Mark 14:53, 54, 66-72) However, Peter showed remorse, and Jehovah continued to use him. Had you been a disciple then, would Peters actions have affected your loyalty to Jehovah? Today, will you recognize that Jehovah may allow time for repentance on the part of wrongdoers and that he will ultimately correct the wrongs and act in a just way? On the other hand, sometimes those who have been guilty of serious sins reject Jehovahs mercy and are unrepentant. In such situations, will you have confidence that Jehovah will in time judge such wrongdoers, perhaps removing them from the congregation? w16.06 4:8, 9

May our Lord Jesus Christ himself and God our Father ... comfort your hearts and strengthen you.2Thess. 2:16, 17, ftn.

A great blessing that comes to us through Jehovahs undeserved kindness is comfort for a distressed heart. (Ps. 51:17) To Christians in Thessalonica, who were experiencing persecution, Paul wrote the words found in todays text. How comforting it is to be aware of the loving care that we receive from Jehovah because of his generous kindness! As sinners, on our own we would have no hope. (Ps. 49:7,8) But Jehovah provides us with a wonderful hope. Jesus promised his followers: This is the will of my Father, that everyone who recognizes the Son and exercises faith in him should have everlasting life. (John 6:40) Yes, the hope of eternal life is a gift, a wonderful expression of Gods undeserved kindness. Paul, who certainly appreciated that fact, said: The undeserved kindness of God has been manifested, bringing salvation to all sorts of people.Titus 2:11. w16.07 3:14, 15

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Several months after deciding to purchase a kiosk to advertise Park Ridge Library upcoming events, the equipment has arrived.

With recent staff changes, including the retirement of Library Director Janet Van DeCarr, programming and installation had been put on hold.

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What if you could search library collections across Wyoming from the comfort of your home? With an online library account you can do just that and at your convenience. You may renew material (except DVDs) that you borrowed from the Park County Public Libraries. You may place holds at no cost on material from the Powell, Cody and Meeteetse libraries.

Still cant find what you are looking for? For a small fee to cover postage, an interlibrary loan allows you to borrow material from other Wyoming libraries. Katherine Thompson recently demonstrated how she places an online request. That movie is posted at

Grace Solie recorded her My List methodology and it is also posted at the preceding link. My List will track books for research or to borrow in the future. Solie usually emails her lists to herself for future reference.

The list arrives with live links to the catalog record, which makes review fast and easy. Lists may be named or added to a temporary folder. Students in the Homeschool Group will find this tool particularly valuable.

To set up an online library account, go to the renew items tab on the far right side of home page. Enter your library card number with no spaces. Accept the default PIN of WYLD.

That takes you directly to the Wyoming Library Database or WYLD, the state-wide catalog. From there it is possible to narrow your search to individual Park County libraries or to see what is available statewide.

The PIN can be changed. It is also possible to retrieve your PIN. If you have forgotten it, call us at (307) 527-1880.

The Cody library will no longer be open on Sunday afternoons.

Lunch service has been discontinued in the Biblio Bistro. Baked goods and beverages will be served Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. until further notice.

Edie Hanafin Phillips retired Aug. 31 after 25 years service. Leslie Colin Tribble will be the new tech services supervisor.

Until we process all the books recently received, we cannot accept more donations.

September has been designated Library Card Sign-up month by the American Library Association. Do you have yours?

Library programs are free and open to the public.

In The Ghosts in the Green Grass, 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 9, Bud Alley compares the fate of the 7th Cavalry commanded by General George Armstrong Custer in 1876 and his own experiences in the Vietnam War with the 2nd Battalion of the 7th Cavalry. A book signing and sale will follow his author talk.

Meet Montana mystery author Keith McCafferty, 6 p.m., Friday, Sept. 15. Free tickets will be available before McCaffertys visit. He wrote The Royal Wulff Murders, The Gray Ghost Murders, Dead Mans Fancy, Crazy Mountain Kiss, Buffalo Jump Blues and Cold Hearted River. His books will be for sale and a book signing will follow the program. McCafferty will inscribe attendees own copies, too.

The Many Loves of Buffalo Bill: The True Story of Life on the Wild West Show with Chris Enss, 6 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 21. This author talk is hosted by Legends Bookstore and will include a book signing and sale.

In the childrens library

Toddler Group for ages 18-36 months, 10-11 a.m., Thursdays, Sept. 14 and 28.

Health Education for kids ages 9-11 with nutritionist Porter Koury, 9-10:15 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 16. Topics discussed will include sugar, factory farming and new recipes.

Rainbow Fish art project for grades K-5, 3:30-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 21.

Toddler Time for ages 1-3 with parent or caregiver, 10-10:20 a.m., Mondays. Short stories accompanied by music and movement develop a comfort in the library and love for great stories.

Story Time for ages 3-6 with parent or caregiver, 10-10:45 a.m., Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Music, games and fingerplays will be followed by a related craft or activity.

Screen-free Haven, 3-8 p.m., Thursdays. Take a break from technology with a book, game or craft project.

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The Library on the Internet

Access our Online Catalog from Home The library website will take you to the Online Catalog where you can access books, videos, DVD, CDs, magazines and much more. WI-FI is available in the library. Normal library hours are Monday through Thursday 9 8 p.m., Friday andSaturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and now open Sundays 1 to 5 p.m. To manage your account online, you need your barcode number from your library card and a pin number which you can get from the circulation desk. For more information, contact the circulation desk at 873-3042.

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Plymouth Public Library main branch is located at 132 South St; the Manomet branch is located at 12 Strand Ave. Visit

For information on any Plymouth library program or service listed (unless otherwise noted), call the main library, 132 South St., at 508-830-4250, TTY 508-747-5882, or the Manomet branch, 12 Strand Ave., at 508-830-4185, or go to the website Registration, when required, may be conducted by phone.

The hours for the Plymouth Public Library are: Monday to Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.; Sunday, from the Sunday after Labor Day through June, from 12:30 to 5 p.m.

The Manomet branch library is open Monday, Wednesday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; closed Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. The library is fully accessible; call if you need special accommodations to attend meetings or events.


September is Library Card Sign-Up Month

September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when the Plymouth Public Library and Manomet Branch Library join with the American Library Association and public libraries nationwide to ensure that every resident has the most important card of all: a free library card. Resources at the Plymouth Public Library are available to anyone who has a library card. Patrons can turn to the library for materials, programs and services that support academic, cultural, recreational and informational needs and interests. The Plymouth Public Library offers access to educational and recreational resources, such as online databases, ebooks, audiobooks and electronic magazines. Residents can even use the library card from home.

For more information on how to sign up for a library card, visit the Plymouth Public Library in person or online. For further information, contact Linda Fitzgerald, public services librarian at 508-830-4250 or TTY 508-747-5882.

Hybrid, Electric Car Show

From 1 to 4 p.m. Sept. 10, the New England Electric Auto Association, in conjunction with National Drive Electric Week, will host a hybrid, electric car show and ride-and-drive event at the Plymouth Public Library. Several dealers, including Tracy Chevrolet, Colonial Ford, Tufankjian Hyundai, Sullivan Brothers Nissan and Toyota and South Shore BMW, will be present with the latest hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric vehicles and will be offering test drives. Actual owners will also be present to share ownership experiences. Light refreshments will be served.The rain date is scheduled for Sept. 17.

NEEAA is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to promoting hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure electric vehicles as well as increasing the electric car charging infrastructure. NEEAA is one of over 30 electric car clubs across the country and is a chapter of the National Electric Auto Association. This event is free and open to the public and anyone who is interested in the technology is encouraged to attend.

For more information about the event, contact Jesse Rudavsky at 617-483-0994, or visit This free program is sponsored by the Plymouth Public Library Corporation and no registration is required.

Seed Swap

2:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Manomet Branch Library. Share garden stories and tips for growing great plants as well swap seeds. Envelopes will be provided for discovered seeds and light refreshments will be served. No need to register.


Chess Club, The Royal Game

Club meets 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays. The program is open to students and adults. Students younger than 12 should be accompanied by an adult. No food and play quietly. Questions regarding this program can be directed to Jennifer Harris, library director, at 508-830-4250, ext. 215; Bill Petrillo, chess club co-leader, 774-766-7689,; or Jim Pritchard, chess club co-leader, 508-878-8194, This program is free to the public. No registration is required.

Teen Advisory Group

The Teen Advisory Group will host a Fall Fondue at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 in the board room of the Main Library. The event will feature chocolate fondue with lots of things to dip in the chocolate, like marshmallows, fruit and cookies.

Any teens interested in joining are invited to meet current members and learn more about library services. This year, the group is working on creating a teen space and building up collections for teens and tweens. Teens, age 13 to 18, are invited to join the Teen Advisory Group, with no registration necessary to attend meetings. Meetings are held every month, typically the first Wednesday evening of the month. For more information about this event, contact the Manomet Branch Librarian.

Tween Interest Group

The Junior Friends of the Plymouth Public Library is undergoing a change. Residents may have noticed that the library has a group for teens, ages 13 to 17, which encourages volunteering, program planning and having a voice in library services. The library ise starting a similar group for ages 9 to 11, the Tween Interest Group, aka TWIG! The library wants to get tweens involved in library activities and know that parents are looking for opportunities the library. This may mean helping Youth Services staff prep materials for programs, sorting and shelving books, volunteering at the biannual book sale, or assisting the Corporation with the storybook breakfast. In addition, TWIG members will help with program ideas and have a voice for what the library offers to tweens. Meetings are scheduled each month, typically the first Wednesday evening of the month. Potential TWIG members are invited to join members of TAG for the Fall Fondue on Sept. 13.

Nonfiction History Book Discussion at the Manomet Branch

The group meets at 4 p.m. one Thursday per month to discuss the months selection. For more information about this event, contact the Manomet Branch Librarian at 508-830-4185, email to or visit the librarys web site.

For the next meeting, the group is talking about The Glass Universe: How the Ladies of the Harvard Observatory Took the Measure of the Stars by Dava Sobel on Sept. 21. Sobel examines the impact of women calculators in the field of astronomy and the accomplishments of future women astronomers.

Vintage Reads: a book group for classic novels

This group reads and discusses novels from the 20th century and earlier, focusing on novels and authors that have stood the test of time. Some of the classics read are popular while others are more unconventional and unfamiliar. Copies of the book are available to check out at the Manomet Branch. The program is free and requires no registration.

The next meeting will be held Sept. 14 with a discussion of Humboldts Gift by Saul Bellow. In Bellows Pulitzer Prize winning novel, Charlie Citrine, an author in some unfortunate circumstances, receives an unexpected legacy from his deceased friend and poet Von Humboldt Dleisher.

Outreach/Senior Services Programs

The Plymouth Public Library's Outreach/Senior Services Department provides services and collections of interest to older adults, such as large-print fiction and nonfiction and audiobooks. Outreach also provides services to individuals who would otherwise not have access to library materials, such as people who are homebound, institutionalized or who have a physical or mental disability. Outreach services includes books by mail, deposit collections of regular and large-print books, educational and recreational programs, recorded books and machines, and reference assistance. Currently, four local nursing facilities partake in the deposit collection program which brings the library to the residents by fulfilling specific requests in addition to a variety of fiction and nonfiction titles each month.

The Large Print collection includes New York Times Bestsellers, inspirational reads, local interest nonfiction, mysteries, romance and biographies. With a collection of over 2,000 audiobooks, patrons with limited sight or who are visually impaired can enjoy reading again.

For more information on any of the library's outreach services, call Tom Cummiskey at 508-830-4250.

Mobile Hotspots

The Plymouth Public Library lends T-Mobile Hotspots. The library has six hotspots available. Hotspots are small hockey-puck sized devices that allow you to access the Internet on your computer or wireless device for free. Just turn on the hotspot and connect to it like any other Wi-Fi network. Up to 10 devices at a time can be connected to one hotspot. You can leave the hotspot plugged in, or take in on the go for up to six hours of battery use.

Hotspots can be checked out for two weeks at a time; you must reserve a Hotspot for a specific date on the library's website. Hotspots are available to Plymouth cardholders only and your account must be in good standing in order to check out a device. All hotspots must be picked up and returned to the Main Library. There is a $1 per day late fee, and an $80 fee for lost or damaged items. For more information, contact the Plymouth Public Library at 508-830-4250 or visit

Hoopla Digital

Plymouth Public Library offers the public availability of thousands of movies, television shows, music albums, e-books, audio books and comics, all available for mobile and online access through a new partnership with Hoopla Digital.

Plymouth cardholders can download the free Hoopla Digital mobile app on their Android or iOS device or visit to gain access to thousands of titles from major Hollywood studios, record companies and publishers available to borrow 24/7, for instant streaming or temporary downloading to their smartphones, tablets and computers.

You must have a library card to access this content on the hoopla app or website. Patrons can borrow this content free of charge. It's digital so there is no waiting period for popular titles and hoopla's automatic return means no late fees.

Great Courses series

Plymouth Public Library is now offering an expanded selection of more than 40 titles from the Great Courses series. Produced with the goal of creating engaging, immersive learning experiences for lifelong learners, these courses are available either in audio format on CDs or as DVDs. Subjects range from history to science, "better living," fine arts and music and literature. Available courses include such titles as "Forensic History: Crimes, Frauds, and Scandals," "Great American Music: Broadway Musicals," "Our Night Sky" and "Fundamentals of Sustainable Living." Visit the website at to see all of the titles and course descriptions.

The Great Courses are meticulously produced following the vision of the company's founder, Tim Rollins. As he puts it, his idea in founding the company was to"record lectures by the greatest professors in America, professors who were not just experts in their field but who were also passionate and truly gifted communicators, so anyone could enjoy learning from them, without the pressure of homework or exams." The company conducts a painstaking search for the best professors in each subject.

"Of the more than 500,000 college professors in the world," Rollins said, "only the top 1 percent are selected to teach one of the Great Courses. Our esteemed faculty includes award-winning experts and professors from the most respected institutions in the world, selected by our customers exclusively for their ability to teach."

The Great Courses titles are now available at the main library in the Reference Department shelved in the computer room. They can be checked out for 14 days and can be renewed, provided they are not on reserve for another patron.

Access to U.S. military service records

The Plymouth Public Library is now offering its cardholders access to Fold3 Library Edition by Ancestry. This subscription database provides convenient access to U.S. military records, including the stories, photos and personal documents of the men and women who served. This continually growing collection contains millions of records from world-class archives, many of which are exclusively available on Fold3. With content from the Revolutionary War onward, Fold3 Library Edition is an invaluable research resource for historians, genealogists, researchers, military enthusiasts, veterans and their families, teachers and battle reenactors. Researchers can access more than 440 million records beginning with the Revolutionary War. The new user interface makes it easy to search historical documents from diverse sources including the War of 1812 Pension Applications and Service Records, Civil War Widows Pensions, and records of the United States Colored Troops, and, unique non-military sources such as Native American records, FBI Case Files, and Holocaust records.

The Fold3 name comes from a traditional flag folding ceremony in which the third fold is made in honor and remembrance of veterans who served in defense of their country and to maintain peace throughout the world.

The new library edition can be used from any location and also provides access to personalization tools. Library patrons may choose to create a personal user account to build memorial pages, submit annotations to any image, or leave comments. See

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The Fairfield Public Library system loans out more than just books and movies. At the Fairfield Woods Branch, patrons can find seeds for their garden.

The Fairfield Public Library system loans out more than just books and movies. At the Fairfield Woods Branch, patrons can find seeds for their garden.

Surplus funds could mean restored Fairfield library hours

FAIRFIELD Surplus funds will allow the towns libraries to fill vacancies and restore library hours that have been cut, according to the first selectman.

But some Board of Finance members Tuesday night wondered where that money was coming from since it had not yet received documentation on unspent but budgeted funds. The finance board typically approves a list of funds to be carried over from the prior fiscal year, and spent in the current fiscal year.

Fiscal Officer Robert Mayer said there is about $1.4 million in surplus money from the last fiscal year. Chairman Thomas Flynn asked how much of that departments have asked to carry over to spend on budgeted items.

The carry overs arent much at all, Mayer said, adding that the town will focus on using that money to make up for any state revenue it ends up not receiving.

Theres a press release from the first selectman talking about the library, finance board member James Walsh said. We know nothing about any of these numbers.

Library hours as of Aug. 14

Main library

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Saturday 1-5 p.m.

Sunday closed until further notice

Fairfield Woods branch

Monday, Wednesday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Tuesday, Thursday,Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday 1-5 p.m.

Sunday closed until further notice

Previous library hours

Main library:

Monday - Thursday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Saturday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Sundays in the fall 1-4 p.m.

Fairfield Woods branch:

Monday-Thursday 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Saturday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sundays in the fall 1 p.m. -4 p.m.

The Board of Finance is scheduled to meet again on Sept. 26, and vote on a list of proposed carry over expenditures.

On Aug. 31, Tetreau sent out a release where he announced 2017 is higher than anticipated due to strong fourth quarter results realized from expense holdbacks and controls, including a hiring freeze, a higher than budgeted tax collection rate, and strong fourth quarter investment returns and fee revenues.

Just a few weeks earlier, the town had announced reduced hours at both the main and branch library, in part due to questions about what state revenue will come Fairfields way once a state budget is finally adopted.

After reviewing the numbers, Tetreau said, he was pleased the town has surplus funds available that could be used to fill the open positions and reinstate library hours, although he said it will take time to fill those positions. Tetreau anticipated restoring the library hours sometime this fall.

Tetreau said the town still anticipates a loss of state revenue, but said the surplus could be used to supplement the new budget should the Board of Finance choose to carry forward the fiscal year 2017 surplus to the fiscal year 2018, which would serve to mitigate some of the loss of state revenue.

He said it is similar to last year when at Flynns suggestion, the finance board voted to carry forward a significant portion of the fiscal year 2016 into the fiscal year 2017, again to make up for the loss of state revenue.

The surplus funds could also be used to fill two vacancies at the Parks and Recreation Department, according to Tetreau.

The hiring freeze remains in effect for all other departments, and certain capital spending, such as paving, is still on hold.

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