When the city’s library system shut down in 2014, the community was left to build its own.
This week, the Cleveland Public Library announced it has built a library with a budget of $200 million.
The new facility, located on the former site of a former textile mill in downtown Cleveland, will house the citys oldest public library.
Built to serve people of all ages, it will include 24 libraries, five branches, and one computer lab.
The library will open in March 2018, but will open its doors to the public at its new location in April 2020.
The Cleveland Public Libraries website lists the library’s mission as: “To provide a comprehensive resource for the needs of the Cleveland area, from education to entertainment to community engagement.”
The Cleveland Library is the latest in a line of public libraries in Ohio.
The state’s public libraries have opened more than 200 libraries since the 1960s.
The oldest is the Cleveland Art Museum, which opened in 1929.
A series of smaller, nonprofit libraries opened in the early 2000s, including one in the Lakewood neighborhood of Cleveland.
These new libraries will be a big boon to the community.
They will be better connected to the local economy, providing people of every income bracket access to a place to study and to connect with a variety of resources.
“We have an opportunity to create something that’s unique to the city of Cleveland,” Cleveland Public library CEO Mike Mather told Cleveland.com.
The city has long been a leader in library technology, but the city has yet to launch a public library, a task that has been done for years by the Cleveland Community College System.
The current library system opened in 1971, with the first library in the city.
But the first libraries were closed in the late 1960s and early 1970s, when Cleveland lost hundreds of thousands of jobs.
The county was left without any public libraries.
The first library opened in Cleveland was the Cleveland Arts and Museum, opened in 1959.
It is a community-based, nonprofit public library that opened in 1976, according to the library website.
It offers courses and other programming, and has a collection of over 200,000 books.
The libraries were opened in collaboration with the community, with an average attendance of over 300, according the Cleveland Historical Society.
The second library opened after the Cleveland Museum of Art, in 1966, was closed in 1965.
It serves students, employees, and visitors, according its website.
The third and final library opened last year in partnership with the Cleveland Park District.
It will be open for three years, and is currently open to visitors and students.
It was built to serve the area surrounding the city, but was eventually shut down after more than 40 years of service.
This is the third library to open in Cleveland.
The City of Cleveland is expected to announce a final plan for its library systems by the end of this month.
The public will be able to get a glimpse at the new library and see what it can do by visiting the Cleveland Library’s website.