Library board chairman says no tear down in the plans

Amid outcry over a proposed $1.5 million annex, the head of the Woodstock Library Board adamantly denied that any plans include demolition of the current building.

“It isn’t going to get torn down,” Board of Trustees Chairman Stuart Auchincloss emphatically declared in response to public reaction and recent letters to the editor. “That question is so far from being considered,” Auchincloss said. “The board isn’t even talking about it.”

The $1.5 million library annex design by Joel Sanders Architect calls for a 2,050-square-foot building at the site of the former Woodstock Laundromat across . . .

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