Staff members of the new library are buckling down making last minute preparations to get ready for the official opening of Cary's new library. The $10.7 million regional facility has been a long time process in the making. They just recently ordered 40,000 books to stock the shelves for the new space. The library is expected to be double the size and offering more activities. The new structure of the library's' system is made to accommodate more people and their schedules, especially those with children. "I want to see it full. I want to see it full of people all the time," said Cary Library Regional Manager Liz Barrett. The facility is located in Downtown Cary off Academy Street. There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony Sunday morning and then the library will be open to the public.
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