Update: From FPL: “Fayetteville Public Library has repaired the HVAC units hit by lightening [sic] during last night’s storm. The lightening strike damaged rooftop HVAC units, and repairs were successfully completed at 11am by Sam Palmer, the Library’s Director of Facilities & Sustainability and Jonathan Atha, the Library’s Building Services Manager.
The Library remained open for business during the service disruption. At this time, the air conditioning is fully functioning and the building is now able to serve as a cooling station today as needed.”
The Fayetteville Public Library is without air conditioning and will not be able to serve as a cooling station Wednesday.
Officials with the library said the facility was hit by lightning during Tuesday night’s storm. The lightning strike damaged rooftop HVAC units, and repairs have been underway since early Wednesday morning.
While open for business, customers should be advised of uncomfortable temperatures throughout the building and plan their visits accordingly.