Milan - Berlin Public Library

Both Milan and the Berlin Heights, Ohio have public libraries which reflect the lifestyle of their communities. The Milan Public Library was built in 1912 on donated land with a grant from the Carnegie Fund. Each library is a centerpiece of their respective towns and they offer many modern conveniences such as public computers connected to the internet, movies on DVD's and tapes, audio recorded books  and online services including the ability to reserve any in-stock library books in the Clevnet library system.  Photos below of  Milan Public Library.

 

Milan Public Library - 19 East Church Street - Milan, Ohio 44846 - (419) 499-4117

 
 

I'm an avid reader, often up to six novels a month, and I'm thrilled with the people and the service they offer at the Milan library. I usually read only large print books and because the library belongs to the Clevnet Library System, I'm able to get just about any popular book I want to read in large print. If you're a reader with eyesight problems, I strongly encourage you to join the Milan library and use your computer to search their vast library for large print books and order the books you want to read. In my opinion, this library is a huge asset to Milan and the surrounding area.

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Milan Public Library Last Update: 10/12/2013

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