STANFORD - The walls of Harvey Helm Memorial Library are closing in, say library officials, as the needs of the community outgrow the current building.
Tonight, local businesses have been called in to help alleviate the strain.
Members of the library board and select businesses will attend a conference at the library to discuss the growing needs of the building, and what they can do to help.
A representative of the state library construction department will be on hand to explain the problem and offer possible solutions.
Chris Bischoff of the Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives will give a presentation about the needs of the library, the costs of a new building, and the possible monetary solutions.
One of the main focuses will be finding a suitable site for a new, larger, building. The current site is short on shelf space, computer area and reading nooks, said Kay Peppard, library director.