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Plans for Lumpkin Library hit another snag
From the Sept. 11, 2013 newspaper
By Chip Jones
In August, Nate Rall, facilities and construction consultant for the Georgia Public Library Service (State Library) and Alan Harkness, director of Chattahoochee Valley Libraries, toured a building on the square in Lumpkin with Lumpkin city officials that had been selected to serve as a new library.
The proposed building at Cotton St. and Main St. housed a former drug store. The city had purchased the building from the previous owner after a protracted struggle between Mayor Charles Gibson, members of city council and the county library board. After all is said and done, it appears that Lumpkin is back to square one with the library project.
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