State Senator Jim Summerville of Dickson says the county needs a new library. A career educator in his first four-year term representing the 25th District, Summerville told the Dickson County Chamber of Commerce’s Legislative Luncheon Monday that libraries always will be needed as educational tools and a resource for students and citizens, regardless of the growth of Internet access. While Summerville said he has not formally discussed a proposal with any other officials and is not really sure how to go about it, he said the current location in a building not built to be a library is inefficient. The Dickson County Library and Lifelong Learning Center is located in a former Bellsouth directory assistance building on Henslee Drive. The county has had numerous problems over the years with utilities at the building, which Summerville said are expensive because the heating and air conditioning have to run at the same time. “We need a real library, not a leftover building,” Summerville told the luncheon crowd at GreyStone Golf Club.