'Better value for money' if single mobile library vehicle delivers books to villages
Changes are being proposed to the mobile library service across North Lincolnshire.
It is being suggested that one, larger vehicle visits "most places once every three weeks."
For many years the council has run its mobile library service with two vehicles, visiting most places every two weeks.
A council report suggests: "The new service model will offer better value for money."
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Currently, the service is used by about 850 people in 62 mainly rural communities.
A decision is to be taken by Councillor Carl Sherwood (Brigg and Wolds), Cabinet Member for Customer Services, Sport and Leisure.
The first option is to use one vehicle, visiting places every three weeks, and Burton Upon Stather every week.
The section option is to use vehicle, visiting fewer places every two weeks, and Burton upon Stather every week
Burton upon Stather has the highest number of mobile users.
Coun Sherwod will not be making his decision before February 11.