ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Repairing an Albuquerque library after a fire is taking a lot longer than expected.
In July, someone started a pile of books on fire at the North Valley Public Library.
Initially, officials thought it would be a quick cleanup that would take about six months. But now the library is undergoing a complete cleaning for smoke and soot issues and is being updated and renovated.
There’s no word yet when exactly the library will open.