MADISON, NJ - In an announcement, The Madison Public Library has announced that they are targeting Tuesday July 7 as their re-opening date.

"Governor Murphy announced that libraries may reopen to the public with a limited capacity. In order to make sure necessary safety protocols are in place, we will take a few days to prepare and our target date to begin to allow public access to the building is Tuesday, July 7th, although current events may cause that date to be delayed", stated library staff.

The library will update the community on procedures and capacity limits after the holiday weekend. 

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