Library Wi-Fi available to complete Census

Shannon Fisher, department head of the Walnut Ridge Street and Sanitation Department, hangs a banner at the Lawrence County Library with instructions on how residents can use the library’s free Wi-Fi to complete the Census. “You can stay safe in your vehicle and still be counted,” Mayor Charles Snapp said. Banners can be seen from West Walnut and NW Second streets. Snapp said it is important for all Lawrence County residents to be counted as it will help determine funding and services for the county and its municipalities for the next 10 years.

Library Wi-Fi available to complete Census

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