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LA County Libraries Will Reopen More Branches

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L.A. County began reopening some of its libraries in April, and will welcome visitors back to 21 more branches beginning in early June.

Three bookmobiles will also reopen for select in-person services.

The additional facilities will bring the number of reopened county libraries up to 81.

Starting June 7, these libraries will return to in-person services: Bell Gardens, the George Nye Jr. Library in Lakewood, Hawaiian Gardens, Lake Los Angeles, Maywood Cesar Chavez and Westlake Village.

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On June 8, others will open, including: Charter Oak Library in Covina, Chet Holifield Library in Montebello and Los Nietos Library in Whittier.