PIMA — The Town of Pima is making steps to return to normalcy.
On its Facebook page Friday, town officials said both Town Hall and the Pima Public Library will re-open to the public starting Monday.
“To limit risk to our citizens and library staff, there will be no computers available to the public and no loitering/sitting. We ask that a distance of six feet between library patrons be maintained as much as possible, and all returned material will be held for 72 hours before recirculated,” town officials said.
As to Town Hall, town officials merely said that it will be open “for normal business hours” starting Monday, May 11.
Previously, Safford City-Graham County Library announced it will make computer use available by appointment only starting Monday, May 11. Use will be limited to 45 minutes and available to patrons 16 and older with a library account in good standing.