Unlike town hall, the library doesn't have a problem with inadequate office space. There is no office space.
Most libraries have a small office for the library director, but Lyme is an exception. Tucked behind the magazine racks and the shelves that hold magazine back issues, is a space that serves as the library director's office.
Open to the rest of the library, there is no chance at privacy. Many of the book processing and catalog activities that would normally be done in a staff work room take place here, so space is short and the area is cluttered.
There is one consolation. It does have a window.