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KANKAKEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: KCC Library will re-open June 24

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By Press release submission | Jun 23, 2019


Kankakee Community College issued the following announcement on June 20.

Yesterday (June 19), KCC called a licensed exterminator to investigate a report of bed bugs in the Miner Memorial Library. The bugs were found in one couch in the library.

Other areas of the library, a nearby hallway, and the Child Development Center were also inspected. No more bugs were found.

The affected area was treated—and a number of other locations were treated as a precaution. The couch and several other pieces of nearby furniture have been bagged and removed.

The exterminator will return to check the area in about two weeks.

The library will re-open on Monday, June 24.

Anyone with questions regarding KCC’s response efforts can contact Brian Yeoman, assistant director of Physical Plant Operations; or Rob Kenney, coordinator of Facility Construction & Building Maintenance.

Detailed information on bed bugs and appropriate control measures can be obtained on the Illinois Department of Public Health and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency web sites.

Original source can be found here.

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