Ballard library to begin curbside service Aug. 13

Starting next week, the Ballard library will be start offering curbside service.

Seattle Public Libraries will start offering limited curbside at the Central Library tomorrow (Aug. 6), and are expanding to more branches, including Ballard, in the coming weeks. A representative from SPL tells My Ballard that the Ballard branch will begin curbside service next Thursday, Aug. 13.

The curbside service will remain limited: SPL is only allowing pickup of currently held items. No new holds will be allowed quite yet; just those that were filled pre-shutdown will be available for patrons. They’ll also be offering “grab-and-go” bags of three uncatalogued books.

Curbside service at the Ballard branch will be available Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays from 12pm to 6pm.


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El Grunion
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El Grunion

is that the ballard library? recent pic? lol

Mike O'Brien is smart
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Mike O'Brien is smart

Let’s bring back the community lead park concierge service. Remember how successful that was?

https://m.facebook.com/watch/?v=452531562004620&_rdr

I like meth,
Let’s do meth,
I’m a mentally ill person fully enabled by Seattle,
Thank you for enabling me voters of Seattle, hey!

Is attacking Mothers with children in strollers a bad thing? No. They were in MY park.
Anyone want a bike?

Paintking
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Paintking

And our oh so brilliant city council, led by Shawamalona-ding dong just cut the navigation team budget. A true visionary leader is she. Man, is she going to show us all here, or what. When will we get her address so we can march to HER home???

Paintking
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Paintking

Nice stock photo of our library. Now this area resembles a complete lack of anything but common sense and law abiding. Does being a good solid “d” or liberal always mean looking the other way, or taking a different route to Ballard? Hey Moms, where are your attitudes when we all could use them? Instead of adjusting your lives, how’s about taking a stand and making a difference here. Forget your blm march and take back our neighborhood(s).

SurlyAF
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SurlyAF

Hey Einstein, I have a harsh reality for you…nothing resembles what it used to, and never will. But maybe if you keep whining, complaining insulting and sounding like a general d-bag, things will return to how you remember them? Or you could take your own advice, get off your computer and try “taking a stand and making a difference here.”

Cap Anson
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Cap Anson

You, too

SurlyAF
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SurlyAF

no

El Grunion
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El Grunion

so a library free of drug addicts, tents, filth is too much to ask for, huh?

Mike O'Brien is smart
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Mike O'Brien is smart

Hey, hey, easy there. We mentally ill and mostly drug addicts have the right to take over public places. We’ve been handed that right by the City Council that abolished sweeping our rug dens off the sidewalk. The Ballard Commons is ours. Thank you St. Luke’s, City Council, Mayor and most of all the voters who do not live closeby but continue to enable our destructive habits while we destroy public parks and have taxpayers pay for it.

And a 1 and a 2…
I like City Council,
I like free stuff,
I like no rules,
I like my drug addiction to be enabled by voters,
I lke trashing public parks,
I like randomly yelling profanities at the Senior Center all night,
I like meth,
I like peeing outside in front of children,

Truth
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Truth

The Stable Genius Comment Brigade is already out in force this morning on an article about…a library?

Cap Anson
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Cap Anson

What USED to be a library

Truth
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Truth

I don’t recall seeing where the Ballard Library was removed from the Seattle Library system. Care to elaborate?

coryclassic
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coryclassic

It is more of a homeless shelter than a library even before they closed.

Mike O'Brien is smart
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Mike O'Brien is smart

Hi families and elderly, be sure to stop by the Commons park Market for stuff on sale. All free for us! Come on kids, play with the mentally insane and needles.
Navigation Team won’t be removing us so we’re here.
Thanks City Council!

And a 1 and a 2 and a 3….
I like meth,
I like no rules,
I like free stuff,
I like your stuff!
I like laying around wherever and trashing public areas so others can clean up my mess for me,
…..

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