Library stuck with bill after repeated roof leaks
Nearly seven years have gone by since water began to leak through the roof that came with the 2006 addition to the Mountain Home Public Library. Evidence of leaks are seen throughout the building, from brown stained ceiling tiles and wet carpets to bubbled up paint where water runs down the wall.
Leaks began to affect library patrons in January when the staff rapidly moved 600 books out of the mystery section when the fourth leak this year traveled along the drop ceiling and over the stacks. Library director William Lamb and other employees worked diligently to save these books from being damaged.
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