Notes from Public and Staff Focus Group Sessions

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Notes from the following public and staff focus groups have been posted; your feedback and suggestions are welcomed.

Public Focus Groups:

July 16th Public Focus Group (North County Regional Library)

July 19th Public Focus Group (Freedom Regional Library)

July 22nd Public Focus Group (University City Regional Library)

July 23rd Public Focus Group (Independence Regional Library)

July 24th Public Focus Group (South County Regional Library)

Staff Focus Groups:

July 15th Staff Focus Group Notes (South County Regional Library)

July 16th Staff Focus Group Notes (Main Library)

July 22nd Staff Focus Group Notes (Cornelius Library)

July 22nd Staff Focus Group Notes (West Boulevard Library)

Notes from other sessions will be posted in the near future. Please continue to give us your feedback and suggestions by leaving a comment.

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4 Responses to “Notes from Public and Staff Focus Group Sessions”

  1. freshpulp Says:

    I’m having trouble viewing those pages (They seem to be Word Press login pages?).

    Are those the correct links?

  2. Lori Reed Says:

    Hello, We are in the process of updating the links now. Thank you for checking in on the site and we look forward to hearing your feedback.

  3. Lori Reed Says:

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention. The links are working now.

  4. freshpulp Says:

    Thank you for fixing the links. I commented on North County and Cornelius specifically. Those are the two libraries I visit most frequently due to their close vicinity to my Cornelius workplace. They each have their own Pro’s and Con’s (I forgot to mention on Cornelius’ feedback page that their CD system is the same. No matter how quietly you try to flip CD’s, you feel like a real jerk when someone is sitting there trying to do work. Seriously, it’s time for a quiet “Spa” style radio station at the library to block out small annoyances for guests. Sirius has one called “Spa 73”), but overall, they are clean and well maintained libraries.

    I really hope you’ll check out my suggestions on those pages though, as they are minor issues (In my mind) that could easily be fixed. It amazes me that no one has brought them up before though.

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