The takeaway is that Zoning Boards generally have a hard time restricting a public good. That is why it is always advisable to combine a public good with a zoning application when entering a municipality. Talk in terms that matter to the people who live there. Better schools, more parks, cleaner beaches as a result of the application. Sometimes you just can't do this, but to deny a library's goal of improving was too much for the Court in this matter.