In July of 2019 I attended the DrupalCamp in Asheville, NC. The first day I attended a training class on BackdropCMS. Backdrop is a fork of Drupal. Basically it is a new and improved version of Drupal 7 with an easier upgrade path than Drupal 8. It seemed like a wonderful fit for my organization. After returning I did the upgrade and worked on the site enough to prove that it would work. The plan at the moment is to begin using the site in the next fiscal year beginning in October and host it on Pantheon.
Because the old public website was difficult to update, the library also had a blog. It was a WordPress site. The content of the WordPress blog was migrated to the Drupal site using the WordPress Migrate module. I researched how to do this and did it myself after the model was installed by our contracted agency. New content is now added within Drupal using a custom content type and displayed on the site using Views.
JaxPublicLibrary.org had been mostly unchanged from 2007 to 2016. The old site was not responsive for viewing on mobile devices. This was a priority for the new site. I worked on a team of three that built out a new public website using Drupal. We continue to work with the agency that developed the site.