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Byline: Elizabeth Benton
Jun. 23--SEYMOUR -- As summer heats up, the Seymour Public Library's decades-old air-conditioning system isn't keeping readers cool.
With roof units cobbled together and connected to outdated duct work, parts of the Church Street building still get no air, said head librarian Carol Ralston.
Seeking to provide relief to visitors and to protect books that can be sensitive to humidity and temperature changes, the town applied to the state for help upgrading the air conditioners.
The entire project is estimated to cost about $152,000, and the town is seeking to raise funds to pay for the work.
The plans got a …