The Cranford Public Library is pleased to announce that is has a new Web page and a new address: http://www.cranfordlibrary.org. The page features links to the library catalog, a patron account login interface, the library newsletter, an events calendar, a Children’s Room page, a Teen page, a Museum Pass program page, an Online Resources page, the library Facebook page, and more. Cranford Public Library Director John Malar noted, “We are very pleased with the new page. It has a simple, neat, clean look, is well organized, and is easy to get around. We hope our patrons like it as well and we are eager to know what they think of it. If there any ways in which we can improve the site, we would be happy to hear them. We are also working on providing a mobile-friendly version of the page, which we hope to have up and running soon.”
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