Flossmoor Public Library announced the start of its reopening process Monday with curbside pickup of materials available to patrons.
Under the curbside service, Flossmoor library cardholders can place holds on materials then pick them, contact-free, outside the building. All materials will have been quarantined a minimum of seven days prior to pickup.
Library Director Jaime Paicely said the library plans to reopen to the public gradually after curbside service becomes available.
The Flossmoor library may not be open for in-person services until middle or late July, she said.
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