The Camden County Library is remaining hopeful of a new bill in congress, which could bring 10 million dollars to the Show Me State and some of it could be coming to the Lake area.
Camden Library Director Michael Davis.
He tells KY 3 TV he’s hopeful of it, but until then he’s already working to get a federal grant.
Davis says the grant money would be used to add internet hot spots in our area parks and computers for the public to use with telehealth visits.
The county’s grant application is due by the end of the month.
The federal Library Stabilization Fund Act which would yield a total of $1.7 Billion for libraries is not expected to pass until later this year.