KETCHIKAN — Judith McQuerry was the first person through the doors of the just-opened Ketchikan Public Library on Wednesday.
McQuerry, who was library director from 1990 to November 2011, said she’s thrilled with the results of the $12-million project.
“I’m ecstatic that the bottom (book) stack is not full — that there’s some expansion space there,” she said. “That was really part of the goal, to have enough space, and I think we have enough space. We don’t have a ton of space, but we have enough space.”