State grant could give easier access to Scoville Library
SALISBURY — The Board of Selectmen voted at a special meeting Friday, June 17, to apply for a $400,000 state grant on behalf of the Scoville Memorial Library.The selectmen unanimously supported the library’s request to apply for a Small Town Economic Assistance Program grant. The plans are to put an addition on the rear of the building and change the entrance. “They want to get people off Route 44,” said First Selectman Curtis Rand.Currently, library patrons park on both sides of Route 44 (Main Street) and on Library Street. There is also a small parking lot in the rear of the library building.