Insurance stalls library repairs

By Jason Ferguson

The Custer County Library reopened yesterday after county maintenance staff patched a hole in the wall caused when a vehicle was driven through it. Maintenance staff also used plastic sheeting to cordon off the damaged area of the library inside. The library will remain open unless contractors deem it necessary to close it while permanent repairs to the walls are made.
The dragging of feet by the insurance company of the woman who punched a hole in the wall of the Custer County Library with her vehicle has slowed progress on repairs at the building. However, at its Sept. 21 meeting, the Custer County Commission directed county maintenance supervisor Jim Lyndoe to move ahead with repairs […]