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What areas are served by the Cuyahoga County Public Library system?

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The Cuyahoga County Public Library system in Ohio serves over 25 towns in its surrounding area, including the towns of Garfield Heights, North Olmsted, Bay Village, Beachwood and North Royalton. The library system's administration building is in Parma, Ohio.

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What areas are served by the Cuyahoga County Public Library system?
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Cuyahoga County Public Library consists of a total of 27 branches, the MetroHealth Service Point and the administrative office building. The administrative office building is home to the system's executive director, and the staff oversee the administration of all other library branches in the system. Library patrons can obtain circulating material from any of the libraries in the system, as well as some select material from the system's partners SearchOhio and OhioLINK. Patrons can search for items in the system's online catalog and reserve them for pickup at any library within the system.

The Cuyahoga County Public Library system's website contains links to individual pages for the different branches. These pages give each branch's hours and provide a calendar of special events unique to each branch. Individual pages provide information on special branch services, a Google map of the branch's location and the name of the branch's manager. In addition to traditional brick-and-mortar locations, the library system also operates in a virtual environment through its digital collection of e-books, e-audiobooks, e-magazines and music.

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