A couple of city and county departments are seeking public input on improvements.
First, the Durham County Library will host a public meeting from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. July 29 to get opinions on renovations of the Main Library. The meeting will be held in the auditorium with project architects and designers.
The library has commissioned a study on the building, square footage, equipment needs and costs and what the community wants to see in a library. The results of the report will be released in October, according to a news release.
Meanwhile, the Durham Area Transit Authority (DATA) is seeking public input on its short-range transit plan. The plan, which will be presented to the DATA Board of Trustees and city council in January, will guide DATA improvements over the next five years.
DATA hopes to gather feedback through this online form until Aug. 1, and then a draft short-term plan will be completed by a task force by the end of August, according to a news release.