WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Wood-Ridge Memorial Library is scheduled to re-open to the public on Monday, July 6, with limited capacity and with accordance of state mandated guidelines.
Wood-Ridge Memorial Library closed in mid-March. New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced the re-opening of libraries on June 24, and confirmed on July 1. The re-opening plan was coordinated by the library board and borough officials.
According to Library Director Erin Hughes, there will be several safety protocols in place. Visitors will be required to wear masks. The building will be allowed 25% occupancy, which is ten patrons at a time. Holds will still be available by porch pickup. There will be a one-hour limit in the library, and a 20-minute limit on the computers. Children under 10 years old must be accompanied by a caregiver.
The WRML's modified hours are: 11-7 Monday-Thursday, 11-5 Friday, and 11-3 on Saturday.
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