The Fuller and Rumford branches of the East Providence Public Library are slated to close, according to budget commission documents.
The proposed change to the library system would consolidate its operations into the main and the Branch Library. The library will be exploring options to maintain pick-up and drop-off services, according to the documents.
"Library services have evolved over the last decade to substantial electronic services. Many users now order books online for pick up at a main or branch library," read the documents.
Part-time employees at the branches would be laid off after they helped with the transition.
Reductions will also occur in collections acquisition, the literacy program, and electronic systems.
The budget commission has been asking every department head to find additional efficiencies to cut 20 percent from their budget.