Andrea Ingmire

Moving Into Phase 5

Jun 15, 2020
wnmufm.org

The Upper Peninsula is moving into Phase 5 of the governor’s reopening plan.  What does that look like?  The businesses and organizations impacted.  We’ll talk with those working to meet the governor’s guidelines and opening their doors after being closed for more than two months.
GUESTS: Jamie Thayer —  Owner Anytime Fitness Harvey, Co-Owner Jessica & Co., Co-Owner GLOW Sculpting Spa
Sarah Cambensy (D) — MI House Representative
Jenna Zdunek — CEO, YMCA of Marquette County
Andrea Ingmire —  Director, Peter White Public Library

MARQUETTE, MI--   Peter White Public Library has entered the first stage of its reopening plan. 

The plan outlines six stages of reengagement with the community.

The first two stages cover training on social distancing, establishing procedures for quarantining and sanitizing materials, and rearranging of furniture and workspaces.

Curbside pickup of materials begins in Stage 3. Once the process is running, staff will begin accepting the return of materials, which will all be quarantined for 72 hours before they’re available for reuse.

MARQUETTE, MI--   Peter White Public Library in Marquette is hoping to stave off potential cuts through ballot proposals this November. 

MARQUETTE, MI--   Peter White Public Library is putting a $4.2 million capital improvement bond on the City of Marquette’s August 8 ballot.

Library Director Andrea Ingmire says the money would go toward four areas: repair of the 1904 building façade; updates to HVAC, lighting, and building access; updates to technology, safety, and furnishings; and reorganization of space to create more meeting rooms.

Ingmire says while the library does a good job of providing a range of services to meet public needs, it could always do better.

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