The main Louisville, Kentucky library is opening back up little by little after devastating flash floods. The second floor is open to the public for the first time in over a month but access is limited to the stairs. There are about 25 public computers on the second floor and that’s also where the genealogy, Kentucky history resources and government documents are located.
The library’s elevators still aren’t working, and temporary air conditioning ducts are being used to protect the books.
Patrons who are unable to climb the stairs can access materials by asking a staff member to retrieve the items of interest and delivering them to the first floor.