The Arizona State Library, a division of the Secretary of State, has approved more than $127,000 in matching grants throughout the state for library construction projects. The grants were made possible by the Arizona State Legislature through the State Grants-in-Aid program. Locally, the public library in Mayer will receive over $32,000 for renovations. In 1981, the Arizona legislature developed State Grants-in-Aid to help Arizona libraries meet the information needs of residents. The program provides limited construction funding to public libraries, and annual awards to county library districts and to municipal libraries in cities with populations of 100,000 or more.