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Seattle Public Library
The web site indicated this about the alterations made to the historic University District Branch in 2007: "The $1 million project included improved ventilation, upgraded technology services and equipment, more electrical, communication and computer connections, new seating, and more efficient circulation desk and work areas. The number of computers for the public went from 18 to 21. On the main level, access to the branch was improved by opening the north and south wings and expanding the back door entry area. The circulation desk now spans the center part of the reading room to serve patrons who enter through either the front or back door. Both levels of the 8,140-square-foot branch were repainted and recarpeted. In the meeting room, acoustical tile was added to the ceiling to reduce noise and echoes. Outside, the exterior was painted and work around the building perimeter improved drainage."