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Otranto Road Regional
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Contact Info
Address:
2261 Otranto Road
North Charleston, SC 29406

Phone: (843) 572-4094
Fax:  (843) 572-4190

Branch Manager:
Deborah Harris

Hours of operation: 
Monday – Thursday: 10 – 8; Friday & Saturday: 10 – 6



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Wi-Fi available?   Yes
Public Internet / MS Office workstations?   Yes
Color copying and printing?   Yes, $0.25 per page
Black & white copying and printing?   Yes, $0.10 per page
Public scanner? Yes
Fax machine? Yes
Public meeting rooms available? Yes
Public Notary? Available by appointment
 
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Driving Directions/Map

From Downtown:
Take I-26 West to the Goose Creek/Monck's Corner Exit 209A. From Hwy. 52 make a left turn on Otranto Road. The Library will be on the left just past the K-Mart.

From West Ashley:
Take I-526 to I-26 West. From I-26, take the Goose Creek/Monck's Corner Exit 209A. From Hwy. 52 make a left turn on Otranto Road. The Library will be on the left just past the K-Mart.

From Folly Beach and James Island:
Take Folly Road to the James Island Connector (Hwy. 30). Follow signs to Charleston. Exit to West Lockwood Drive. Turn right toward Hwy. 17 North and take it to I-26 West. From I-26, take the Goose Creek/Monck's Corner Exit 209A. From Hwy. 52 make a left turn on Otranto Road. The Library will be on the left just past the K-Mart.

From Summerville:
Take Hwy. 78 to Hwy. 52. From Hwy. 52, take a right on Otranto Road. The Library will be on the left just past the K-Mart.

From Mt. Pleasant:
Take I-526 to I-26 West. From I-26, take the Goose Creek/Monck's Corner Exit 209A. From Hwy. 52 make a left turn on Otranto Road. The Library will be on the left just past the K-Mart.

 

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History
The Otranto Road Regional Library is one of four regional libraries which were opened between January and June of 1992. They have identical physical plants and are all 14,000 square feet in size. Each has an auditorium for use by the public, in addition to a small conference room. The circulation in FY2010 was nearly 323,000 items.
 
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