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Proposal would put Brown County Central Library at Neville site

9:20 AM, Dec. 30, 2012
Sarah Pigeon picks out books this summer in the children's section of the Brown County Central Library in downtown Green Bay.
Sarah Pigeon picks out books this summer in the children's section of the Brown County Central Library in downtown Green Bay.
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Two of the oldest cultural facilities owned by Brown County could be combined at one site, under an idea being floated by county leaders who say having the museum and central library at one location could benefit both.

While emphasizing that the idea is in its preliminary stages, leaders have been mulling the idea of putting the Neville Public Museum and the Brown County Central Library at the Neville site at Museum Place and Dousman Street on Green Bay's west side.

Combining facilities could yield some advantages for both. It could expose more people to the Neville, which has struggled this ...

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