OVERDUE NOTICES AND SUSPENSION OF BORROWING PRIVLEGES
Patrons with an email address on file with the library will receive one overdue notice one week after the due date with a second notice to follow at two weeks if the material hasn’t been returned. In addition, courtesy calls are made one week and two weeks after an item is overdue for those patrons without an email address on file with the library.
After 90 days, the item is assumed lost and a bill notice will be sent out automatically.
Borrowing privileges may be suspended for the following reasons:
1) Fraudulent information on the library card application
2) Incomplete library card application at the end of the probationary period
3) Patron refusal to provide library with current contact information
4) Three or more items overdue, regardless of due date
5) Fines totaling $10.00 or more
6) Disruptive or threatening behavior in the library – Please see details under sections addressing disruptive and threatening behavior.
If a minor has their borrowing privileges suspended, the responsible party is restricted also.