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Monthly Board Meeting Minutes

Minutes from the monthly meetings of the Cleveland Public Library Board of Trustees appear here when they are approved by the board, typically one month following the meeting. Board Meetings are typically not scheduled in July and August. September 16, 2021 – Regular Board Meeting Minutes September 14, 2021 – Joint Finance & Human Resources Committee Meeting Minutes July 6,…

Mt. Pleasant

14000 Kinsman RoadCleveland, OH 44120Phone: 216-623-7032Email: Mt.Pleasant.Branch@cpl.orgManager: Shayla Boyce Hours About The Mt. Pleasant Branch offers free wifi and public computers with Internet access. Printing, copying, scanning, and faxing services are available for a fee. History & Architecture The Mount Pleasant Branch was housed in three previous locations: 3335 East 118th Street, as a station in 1923; 13512 Kinsman Road…

Promoting Wellness at Woodland Branch

Imagine a brand-new, state-of-the-art neighborhood library positioned on an artfully designed community plaza complete with an outdoor classroom, a walking path, and plenty of flowers and plants. If that sounds appealing, you’re in luck—because all these changes and more are coming to Cleveland Public Library’s Woodland Branch. Originally, the Library planned to renovate the current Woodland Branch as part of…

Internet & Computer Use

Computer Use “Computer use” shall include using library computers for any purpose, including without limitation, word processing purposes, or for Internet and electronic mail use. Use of Library computers is subject to the Library’s Policy on Patron Guidelines. Patrons must have an unexpired library card to use the public computers managed by the Library’s reservation software. Persons using the computers…

The Future Is an Open Book at Lorain Branch

A century ago, Cleveland Public Library’s Lorain Branch, a 1912 Carnegie building located in the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood, was surrounded by natural wonders. According to a document in the Library’s Archives, the exterior of this neighborhood library once featured flowering cherry trees, ivy, lilacs, and a mulberry tree laden with berries. “Birds flocked to the berries and sang as they built…