A library in Monroe County, Georgia, will close for repairs at the end of the month.
The library will be closed until the end the month for a $4.9 million renovation.
The Monroe County Board of Supervisors voted Wednesday to remove the county’s library from the state’s list of state-run facilities and shut it down.
The decision follows a public outcry after it was revealed in December that the Monroe County library had received $4,200 from the Department of Health to fix some of the problems that prompted the shutdown.
The county’s Board of Education has asked the state Department of Public Health to investigate the issue.
A statement from the library on Wednesday said it has no plans to reopen.
The library has not reopened since December.