Fulton County has begun building the first of eight new libraries even thoughcounty officials aren’t sure how they’ll pay to operate them when they begin opening next year.
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Fulton County is building eight new libraries. Here’s what’s being built, with the projects’ construction budgets and scheduled grand openings.
Alpharetta — New 25,000-square-foot branch, $8.4 million, October 2014
East Roswell — New 15,000-square-foot branch, $4.9 million, July 2014
Milton — New 25,000-square-foot branch, $7.7 million, October 2014
Northwest Atlanta — New 25,000-square-foot branch, $8 million, to be determined
Palmetto — New 10,000-square-foot branch $3.7 million, July 2014
Southeast Atlanta — New 15,000-square-foot branch, $5.1 million, to be determined
Stewart-Lakewood — New 25,000-square-foot branch, $8.1 million, to be determined
Wolf Creek — New 25,000-square-foot branch, $7.9 million, July 2014