Just a friendly reminder that the North Hampton Deliberative Session will be this Saturday February 1, 2014 at 8:30 at North Hampton School, 201 Atlantic Avenue.

The Deliberative Session is an ideal opportunity for our community to discuss issues and ask questions about the upcoming articles that will be on the March ballot.

We hope that your schedule will allow you to come to the Deliberative Session and to provide your support for the Library and the North Hampton Campus.  Our North Hampton Campus includes the Police and Fire Station, Town Offices, the Stone Building and the Library.

The new library’s attachment to the Town Offices will also allow us to both conserve amenities and share resources such as energy, storage, restrooms, parking and North Hampton historical collections. We are confident this attractive, energy efficient and enduring design can serve the needs of our North Hampton community and create more opportunities for education, information sharing and life-long learning for future generations.

We are extremely excited about the new library design, its location and its ability to serve as a central resource for our community for decades to come.  The new library building design has successfully created dedicated areas for toddlers, teens, seniors and adults to enjoy while maintaining quiet study rooms and open spaces. The new floor plan includes flexible multi-purpose rooms that can be arranged to accommodate 75-100 people for larger library programs and community meetings. The 9,000 square foot library building will also have ADA compliant, full handicap accessible entrances, restrooms and aisles that will be able to accommodate those in wheelchairs or strollers.

Details on the articles that will be discussed at the Deliberative Session can be found here:
Town Meeting Warrant
**Please see Article Seven on Page 4

Proposed North Hampton Campus Design:  North Hampton Campus

We hope that you will make every effort to attend the Deliberative Session on Saturday February 1st  at 0830 at the North Hampton School and voice your support for the Library and the North Hampton Campus.

Sincerely,
NHPL Trustees & the Library Director

Kelly Parrott, Chair
John Kollmorgen, Treasurer
Susan Leonardi, Secretary
Susan Grant, NHPL Director