Bethany Voters Pass Bond For New Library
BETHANY, Oklahoma - Bethany is getting a new public library.
Bethany voters passed an $8.18 million bond to build a new library.
The vote was passed with 72 percent of the vote.
Bethany’s current public library, 3510 N Mueller Ave., will be torn down and will be replaced by one nearly three times its size.
The new library will have a larger book and materials collection and other modern amenities not available in the current 51-year-old building.
The proposed new library will be 23,000 square feet compared to the current library’s 8,400 square feet.