The South Euclid-Lyndhurst public library is South Euclid's architectural jewel. It can be restored and made fully accessible to the disabled for $5 million. Once it is closed the public will no longer be able to enjoy this beautiful place. We do not want a cookie-cutter, sprawling building that will cost over $12 million, will threaten Nine-Mile Creek, and take more residential and green space. The current location is centrally located; it is convenient for all South Euclid and Lyndhurst residents and is close to the community's high school. The proposed location will be more convenient for people living in University Heights and Beachwood; both of these communities currently have their own library.