Answered By: Robyn Williams Last Updated: Dec 23, 2014 Views: 13
Lost items should be reported to the circulation desk at once and the fine, if any, will stop at that time. The charge for a lost book is determined by the library's cost for replacement.
Patrons will be charged for materials which are returned damaged. If an item is repairable, the patron will be charged for the cost of the repairs only. If an item is beyond repair, the replacement cost will be charged. All materials remain the property of the library.
Items returned without a barcode will result in the patron being assessed a fee of $1 per barcode.