The West Virginia Library Commission has presented $110,093 in state grants to 30 public libraries in the state.
The grants were awarded in June, based on facility and technology proposals from each library. Seventeen grants were awarded for facility maintenance and 14 for technology enhancements.
Clay County Public Library received grant funding.
“These grants emphasize the important needs in West Virginia’s public libraries,” said Karen Goff, executive secretary of the WVLC. “These dollars will allow libraries to make basic improvements to their facilities, as well as enhance computer access for their patrons.”