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Triple the space for children, terraces with a view, a local history and fishermen's center
Denise DiPaolo, director of the Montauk Library, in the mezzanine area, which is now open to the main floor of the building. Under a proposed renovation and expansion plan, most of the open areas would be filled in, creating more space on that level and improving acoustics throughout. Carissa Katz
An architectural rendering shows a one-story addition proposed for the northeast side of the library, above, that would house the circulation desk and a local history and fishermen’s center, and have a “High Line type” green roof terrace above it. A flat roof above the current children’s room on the southwest side of the building would be turned into an ocean-view terrace for reading or outdoor programs. Gallin Beeler Design Studio

An architectural rendering shows a proposed one-story addition on the east side of the Montauk Library. Gallin Beeler Design Studio
If the bond is approved, the library's children's space would triple in size; outside there would be a terrace just for them. Gallin Beeler Design Studio
An ocean-view terrace proposed on the mezzanine levelGallin Beeler Design Studio

Legalization eclipses studies of its damage
Danielle Laibowitz, left, and Tanya Rulon-Miller of SAFE in Sag Harbor reviewed some educational materials about substance abuse at the group’s most recent meeting at Pierson High School. Johnette Howard

Item of the Week From the East Hampton Library Long Island Collection