Macon County Public Library considers changing complaint policy after LGBTQ display

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FRANKLIN, N.C. (WLOS) — After an LGBTQ display at the Macon County Public Library last summer sparked controversy in the community, officials are looking for a better way to handle complaints.

There’s a proposed library policy change designed to foster productive conversations with the community moving forward.

The changes under consideration call for the person making the complaint to be from the community and have a library card for the Macon County library system. The change is meant to apply to complaints like the one last summer about an LGBTQ book display during Pride Month.

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