CLP-Allegheny Regional Library’s Best Site Is Where It’s
Located Now # 2
I’m Steve Pietzak,
Why keep Allegheny Regional Library at its present location?
The Old Allegheny Regional Library is the " 1st PUBLICLY SUPPORTED ANDREW CARNEGIE LIBRARY IN THE U.S.," AND SHOULD BE SAVED AND OPERATED AS A PUBLIC LIBRARY.
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION—The new proposed
The present location of the Old
Allegheny Regional is in the heart of the North Side. It is easily accessible
by most communities to the North, South, East, and West. Old Allegheny
Accessibility could be greatly increased if
The New Proposed Allegheny
Library site at
The New Library Plan is a "Reckless Plan" and will have serious SECURITY ISSUES FOR OUR CHILDREN. This location will ENDANGER OUR CHILDREN and it will CAUSE SERIOUS SAFETY CONCERNS FOR YOUNG ADULTS.
Transportation lines are further away from the NEW LIBRARY SITE proposal---with only two or three buses on the direct bus line. Other bus-lines are from 2 to 8 blocks away—NOT A CLOSE WALKING DISTANCE ESPECIALLY IF YOU’RE CHILDREN OR TEENS ARE OBTAINING OR RETURNING BOOKS.
The "Old Allegheny
Library" is on most of the BUS ROUTES, WITHIN 1.2 TO 2 BLOCKS, that Travel
The OLD ALLEGHENY LIBRARY should be made into a showcase for the City of Pittsburgh--- with the New Heinz Field and PNC Park in close proximity to the Allegheny Library—IT MAKES GOOD BUSINESS SENSE AND HISTORICAL SENSE TO TURN THE LIBRARY INTO A SHOWCASE FOR THE CITY OF PITTSBURGH -- To showcase to the World that we care about our History, our Heritage and our Libraries!
The Old Allegheny Library is a
very good, sturdy and grand old
The Carnegie Library should
renovate the Old Allegheny Library and should make it a showcase for itself and
for the City of
Let future generations say
that this was "OUR FINEST HOUR"—to save the "1st Publicly supported Andrew Carnegie Library in the