Mountain House library moves out
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Feb 07, 2014 | 1690 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
That's a wrap
Dajuan Hicks of Nor-Cal Moving Services moves a group of books to a cart as he empties a shelf at Mountain House Branch Library, 579 Wicklund Crossing, on Tuesday. The library contents will be in storage until a temporary building near Central Community Park is ready.  Glenn Moore/Tracy Press
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Miguel Ferrel, a Nor-Cal Moving Services employee, pushes a cart of library books to a moving truck Tuesday at Mountain House Branch Library, 579 Wicklund Crossing. Dajuan Hicks of Nor-Cal Moving Services moves a group of books to a cart as he empties a shelf. Books, shelves, tables and other materials will be in storage until a temporary building is ready near Central Community Park. Until then, Mountain House residents can return books at Tracy Branch Library, 20 E. Eaton Ave., or inside the Mountain House Community Services District office at 230 S. Sterling Drive, Buffleben said. Library cardholders can borrow materials from any of the 12 branches of the Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library. Story times for babies and preschoolers on Thursday mornings will move to the local fire station, at the southwest corner of Mascot Parkway and Tradition Street. The library branch was closed to save thousands of dollars in annual rental costs. For information: Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Libraries, 866-805-7323 or www.ssjcpl.org.

 
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