Library seeking input; poll of residents part of five-year plan

The county library system wants to hear from more than just the people who come to meetings about their plans for projects and programs.

Johnson County Public Library board members want to get more residents involved in long-term planning, despite low turnout at most of their public meetings.

The library plans to interview 100 people from across the county while coming up with a five-year plan that will pinpoint what projects are next after the failed referendum on a new Franklin branch.

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