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Bert McLaughlin
· August 11, 2017
I don't know how the staff could be any nicer. Friendly, professional, and courteous. They are underpaid for their education and experience and too often unappreciated by the public and sometimes even... by some members of the board.
A great staff and wonderful addition to the community.
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Shaylise Willie Bowen
· May 24, 2017
I consider myself an avid library goer. I've been to several different libraries in the different cities we've lived in. Getting a library card is usually one of the very first things I do when I mov...e into a new city. I love the library, i love taking my kids to story time and participating in the summer reading program. I love checking out books and movies that we otherwise wouldn't be able to get our hands on. When I moved here, I was urged not to go to this library. I gave it a chance and am very disappointed. I've never had library fines for more than $1 at any other library. I've paid over $60 to this library in fines since September. I don't know what I'm doing wrong here that I've never had problems with before but I'm so done. I left the library today in tears as I told the librarian I'm done checking anything out. I love libraries, this is so hard for me. I might still bring my kids in to enjoy storytime but right now I'm pretty bitter. Another complaint I have had since coming to this library is how rude and unhelpful a few of the librarians are. One last thing, the librarian that helped me out today was nice enough, I don't think there was much she could do to help me and I know this isn't her fault. I'm just sad, frustrated, and disappointed. See More
Julianne Hetrick
· January 18, 2017
The Madison County Library is my idea of heaven. :)
Kimberly Weatherston
September 15, 2013
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