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By Tracy Ihnot

Innovation. Coworking. Creation. Collaboration. Community. All of these buzz words have become part of an on-going conversation as Delta County Libraries and the City of Delta prepare to share a building and a purpose in the coming year.

Construction is well underway on the old City Market building in downtown Delta. The building, currently owned by the county, is the future home of the Delta Library, as well as a multi-purpose community space shared with the City of Delta.

The city takes ownership of the building after construction is complete in the spring of 2023. In addition to library space, construction plans include a large community meeting room, study rooms, an adult literacy classroom, and a coworking and makerspace.

“The Delta Library Innovation Workspace project is a catalyst for community and economic development in Delta’s historic downtown,” says City of Delta Mayor, Kevin Carlson. “Rejuvenating this long-vacant building provides a new space that will meet the needs of the Delta Library, makers, coworkers, and the Delta area community.”

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