The Adams Free Library will seek funding to replace its aging public computers.

IBerkshires.com reports that Library Director Holli Jayko told the trustees last week that the public computers in the adult reading room and the children's reading room are now 9 years old.

The library would be looking to replace eight machines at a cost of $500 to $750 a piece.

Jayko said there is no money for this built into the budget and if she were to purchase them immediately, she would most likely have to pull from state aid and other accounts.

She says that the computers could survive another year and she may be able to get the new machines in the fiscal 2020 budget.