Council President Rubino has introduced a "Summit Historical Minute" at the beginning of each Council meeting to encourage awareness of our City's rich history to our community. This feature highlights people and places in Summit, researched and presented by Summit High School students and residents. We will be posting these "minutes" here after every meeting, so stay tuned to learn interesting tidbits of Summit's history every month.
The Summit Library is pleased to announce the newest addition to our business services. A scanner has been added in our public computer area. You may now scan documents and save them to a flash drive or e-mail them to yourself. Scanning services are free. This is just the newest addition to our business services that now include a public fax machine, a color copier, printing from Wi-Fi, and onsite notaries. Our study rooms also provide the perfect space for a small business meeting or a quiet place to work. You may book a study room through the DIBS! link on the library web page at www.summitlibrary.org.