The roar of a train to a library setting

May 23, 2013

Does the rumble of a passing train destroy needed concentration to read a good book or complete a computer process at Seneca’s public library? Depends who you talk to? County Councilman Paul Corbeil yesterday raised a concern about the library board’s preferred location for a new Seneca library because the 4.3 acres border Norfolk-Southern Railroad tracks. But Seneca Library manager Blair Hinton says the current library in the vicinity of the same railroad tracks on the south side of the city has learned to live with the whistles and the rumble, and he doesn’t think that there would be a noise problem if the county buys the W-W Mobile Home sales lot property and builds the new library there.

 

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