The Mount Isa City Library's opening hours will be extended from next Monday.
In Wednesday's Council meeting Cr Peta MacRae said that from July 13 the library will open 9.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday, in line with the recent introduction of Stage 3 of Queensland's COVID-19 Recovery Roadmap.
The entire main floor of the Library, including the children's area, will be open however programs such as Storytime and the Toy Library will not be running at the present time.
Library members can reserve a book online and pick it up in person at the Library or use the facility's in-house catalogue computer to search for a book.
There will also be a 45-minute time limit for the use of the Library's public computers as of next Monday.
Also discussed in Wednesday's council meeting was the situation on Frank Aston Hill with Cr Kim Coghlan saying there were problems at the site that Council and police needed to address.
Closed business items from the previous meeting on June 24 included the seepage at Breakaway Creek Spring aka "Stinky Creek".
Mount Isa City Council called for proposal submissions regarding an investigation into the source of the water and there were four proposals by the June 5 deadline
Council awarded the contract to SLR Consulting for $15,489.
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