Chaffie Library

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Chaffie Library
EHB, unlit
Danger Updater MDUDC 13:08, 15 February 2019 (UTC)
Chaffie Library

Mockridge Heights [46,62]

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Basic Info:

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  • Libraries can be barricaded normally.

Description

A small, single-story community library situated in Mockridge Heights. It seems untouched by the events of the past few years, though its unkept yard is full of dead starlings. The library offered a wide variety of reading fare for the local community. It is fairly boring architecturally, having a brick facade over cinderblock and steel. The brick is beginning to crumble and overtaken by ivy.

The library has an excellent collection of children's literature. The building smells faintly of fried onions and garlic.

History

The library was built in 1995 as part of the Malton Library system's establishment of local branches. The Chaffie branch was named for James Aloysius Chaffie (1912-1986), a one-time Malton alderman who for several decades ran a printing house and bindery. Chaffie's family was staunchly Catholic and also financed the building of Chaffie Lane School in Pescodside.

Barricade Policy

According to the local barricade plan, the Chaffie Library should be barricade to VSB++.

Current Status

11:07, 16 August 2012 (EST): Barricades are at EHB due to recent activity in the north end of the suburb.

12:01, 27 August 2006 (BST): Barricades are at VHB. Use the Hall Arms for entry for now.


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