Case Study: Bellingham Public Library
The Bellingham Public Library (BPL) participated in a grant funded by the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation to explore the opportunity to transform library spaces to meet community needs. The library serves the 82,000+ residents of the city of Bellingham, Washington, circulating 1.6 million items annually to more than 47,000 registered cardholders. In 2012, the total collection size was 236,979 items, with a circulation of 1,638,730 items; visits totaled 842,242.
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