(Sylvania, OH) The public can weigh in on what renovations to the Sylvania public library branch should look like at a public hearing tonight.

Library officials and architects will have drawings on hand in Sylvania city council chambers starting at 7 p.m. The hearing precedes a city council meeting where approval is expected for a library expansion as part of the six million dollar project. 

The Sylvania library will be closed for up to a year for renovations, but patrons can use the new King Road library instead. The branch near Northview High School is expected to reopen in mid-to-late 2018.