August 8, 2020

Construction Begins at Old Lyme’s PGN Library; Parking Lot to be Closed for Three Weeks

Construction will begin at the Old Lyme Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library on Monday.

OLD LYME — Construction on the Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library grounds begins today, Monday, Nov. 11. The parking lot will be completely inaccessible for approximately three weeks. Library visitors should park on Lyme Street during this stage of construction.

Library staff will strive to keep the main entrance, the book drop, and handicapped parking open as much as possible. Library staff understand that this is a significant inconvenience for all Library visitors.

The good news is that the Library will have an expanded parking lot when the work is complete. Patrons are encouraged to contact the staff at 860-434-1684 if they are unable to reach the Library due to the construction to make alternative service arrangements.

Construction will begin Monday, Nov. 18 inside the library. The first phase of interior work will focus on the downstairs BookCellar, the second floor, and the room adjacent to the 1898 Reading Room.

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