On the second floor, the library has added more study rooms and reading areas. Most of the audio and video collections have been relocated to the second floor. All the renovated sections also now have new carpeting and furniture.
The library upgrades cost $3.8 million and were funded as part of this year's capital improvement budget.
The newly upgraded library is clearly a big deal for many in Mountain View, as demonstrated by the crowd that came out Saturday for the event. Library staff unveiled the new features and led visitors on tours, and the World Harmony Chorus led a singalong.
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