Thanks to MyCentralJersey.com for this story:
Campaign under way to repair, renovate Perth Amboy's landmark library - About $9 million is needed to repair and renovate the city's 106-year-old library - funds the cash-strapped city doesn't have.
The city is partnering with Celebrate Perth Amboy, a nonprofit organization that has been active in Perth Amboy for more than 20 years, to raise funds to restore, renovate and extend the historic Perth Amboy Public Library.
The Library was built in 1901 with funds from the Andrew Carnegie Foundation. Opened in 1903 the building is structurally sound. The library is not on the New Jersey or National Register of Historic Places. Kubulak said that designation could help with fundraising efforts.
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Anyone interested in becoming a members of Celebrate Perth Amboy/Save Our Carnegie Library or would like to participate in the fundraiser is asked to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.