GRAFTON, Mass. — A group who loves the Grafton libraries wants your opinion.
Through Nov. 15, an online and paper survey is available asking residents what services they would like to see in the future.
Put together by an organization called the Grafton Library Working Group, the 10 question survey invites all residents to tell them where the library should focus their efforts. For example, do patrons want to see more or fewer DVD’s, eBooks, or magazines in the collection?
They also want to know if you don't use the library, why not? Should the library set up new venues to check out materials, such as a bookmobile or a satellite spot in North or South Grafton?
The survey will not be asking about construction or renovations.
The goal is to compile a large sample of responses from as many different residents from the entire town. The results will then be studied by the Grafton Town Administrator, Board of Selectmen, Board of Library Trustees, and the Nelson Park and Memorial Library Trustees, to find some “common ground.”
The Grafton Library Working Group is comprised of people who represent the main branch, South Grafton, and the Nelson Library in North Grafton.
The GLWG prefers that the survey be completed online, but will also have a paper survey available at the following locations:
- Grafton Office of the Town Clerk, 30 Providence Road
- The Grafton Public Library, 35 Grafton Common
- The Nelson Memorial Library, 6 Prentice St.
- The Grafton Senior Center, 30 Providence Road
To take the survey online, click on this link.