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Utica Public Library

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The origins of a library in Utica date back to 1825, when a private subscription library opened its doors at the Broad Street offices of Attorney Justus Rathbone. It was 400 shareholders and 1,000 volumes strong. Known then as simply the Utica Library, the enterprise underwent several relocations while experiencing a steady growth in acquisitions.

First phases of a 5-year renovation program begin. Completed in 1992, the program brings major structural and aesthetic improvements to the exterior and interior of the building, including a new roof, drainage system, skylighting, floor and wall coverings, and handicapped accessibility. With the installation of an on-line computer system, both staff and the public are able to access not only the Library's own inventory, but the holdings of all the public libraries in the Mid-York Library System.

Library windows restored and storm windows added.

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Hours of Operation:
Mon8:30 AM8:00 PM
Tue8:30 AM8:00 PM
Wed8:30 AM8:00 PM
Thr8:30 AM8:00 PM
Fri8:30 AM8:00 PM
Sat8:30 AM5:00 PM
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