The Smithtown branch of the Smithtown Special Library District is set to open Wednesday at 10 a.m., after being closed for more than a year for extensive renovations.
Library Director Robert Lusack told Patch last month that there was minimal work left to be done before opening.
"The workers first need to do a water tap, which is necessary to do so the fire marshal can give an inspection and then approve moving in content," he said in August.
Lusack also said in August that the Kings Park and Smithtown branches should be opening up around the same time.
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Changes to the new building include brand new paint and furniture, a new brick patio, a new young adult room, a children’s room with a blue and green motif and dragonfly theme, a reading/sitting room for adults and more.
Kristy Grinere contributed to this report.