The Allegheny County Library Association and its members would like to thank the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD) for its continued dedication to the county’s libraries. With the generous support of RAD through its annual allocation, the RAD Transformative Community Libraries Grant, and 2023’s additional line item support of $3 million, Allegheny County’s libraries will be able to do more than ever!
Whether it is the opportunity to create new programs, to work on existing projects, or even come up with something entirely new, the additional $3 million from RAD will give our libraries the financial breathing room they need to build upon existing programs or consider new ways to serve and benefit their communities. We are excited for where the future will take us and we are forever thankful for RAD and their unwavering support of our libraries. There is no doubt that in Allegheny County’s libraries, RAD truly does work here!
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