The McCall City Council approved the library expansion project.
Earlier this year BoiseDev told you about the library bond passing. The bond will cost taxpayers $4.2 million, and the total cost of the upgrade was estimated at $6.5 million. It was later estimated that the library would cost about $500,000 or 7.5% more.
The current library was built in 1972 and is about 4,200 square feet. The new building would be 12,000 square feet and two-story.
Dennis Humphries of RATIO and the library’s architect told the council they are calling the first-floor base camp.