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Millville Public Library to break ground on renovation project

Millville Public Library to break ground on renovation project

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WheatonArts & Cultural Center opened for the season this weekend in Millville. Video by Matthew Strabuk, for The Press.

The Millville Public Library will hold a groundbreaking event at 1 p.m. Saturday to celebrate the upcoming renovation and expansion of the library.

State Sen. Mike Testa, R-Cape May, Cumberland, Atlantic, and Cumberland County Commissioner Jim Quinn are among the officials planning to attend the event.

"It has been a dream that has been over 10 years in the making to bring our library into the future with more community space, social areas and better connectivity to the internet and each other," the library said in a news release.

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