Our brand new library at Owings Mills Metro Centre has been taken over by the Community College of Baltimore County, which says it needs the space. Our community meeting rooms are being converted to classrooms, which prevents community organizations from being involved in the goings-on around the area.
These meeting rooms are used for information on new developments and political updates on the County Council and state legislature.
When the library was first designed it seemed CCBC did a poor job of giving input to the designers about what it needed.
The community needs these rooms for the purpose for which they were designed, i.e., community meetings. Residents should not be denied their opportunity to remain involved.
J. Michael Collins, Reisterstown