On a motion by Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the allocation of $400,000 dollars for architectural services to design a new community meeting room at the Lomita Library.
“This new addition to the Lomita Library will create a public space for the community to enjoy for years to come,” said Supervisor Knabe. “From art classes to yoga lessons to cooking courses, the new community room will open the door to a variety of new activities for residents to participate in when they visit their community library.”
The new community room at the Lomita Library is part of “Operation Libraries,” Supervisor Knabe’s plan to invest $45 million into restoring county libraries across the Fourth District. The new approximately 2,200 square foot Lomita Library community meeting room will be located at 24200 Narbonne Avenue in Lomita. It will include a kitchenette, restrooms, audio-visual closet, storage, a patio, and landscaping. A minor refurbishment of the existing 8,024 square foot library is included in the scope of work for this project.
Visit Knabe.com to learn more about “Operation Libraries” and future county library projects.