LANSING, Mich. (WILX) – Capital Area District Libraries (CADL) are welcoming the public back inside its 13 locations for computer use by appointment, starting Monday, Oct. 5. This will be the first time the public is allowed inside since CADL closed its branches on March 16 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Many members of our community depend on us for access to technology—for educational purposes, to search for employment, and to stay connected with family and friends,” said Scott Duimstra, executive director of Capital Area District Libraries.
During a Facebook Live update Duimstra announced that, in addition to contactless item pickup, service will now include limited building access for a 45-minute computer session by appointment. Appointments are limited to one per day per person and include the ability to print up to 10 pages for free.
Remote technology assistance will be available