PASCO, Wash. -- The newest Mid-Columbia library branch broke ground Wednesday in West Pasco.Construction will officially start tomorrow, on the corner of Road 76 and Wrigley. The building will be 6,000 square feet with a drive-thru window. It's funded by the Mid-Columbia's general budget, so no additional costs to the city or its tax payers.
Executive Director, Kyle Cox tells KEPR, "We're spending $200,000 just on new materials for the facility so when it open it will be brim full of new materials and books, ready for people."
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