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4.2 DENIAL OR LIMIT OF SERVICE

Library service shall be denied to any patron with overdue materials or any patron owing fees to the library.


Service may also be denied for other reasons, including, but not limited to bad address, abuse of services, failure to provide adequate identification, destruction of library property, or disruptive behavior within the library. Specific services, i.e. interlibrary loan, internet access, etc. may be denied as outlined in other library policies.


Library service shall be denied to family members on a case by case basis, under certain abusive circumstances. Members of the family shall be defined as children and other minors, under eighteen (18), residing at the same address and the parent or legal guardian of the cardholder.


Library patrons have the right to appeal any decisions made under this policy to the Library Director. If the person is unsatisfied with the results of that appeal the appeal may be taken to the Library Board for a final decision.


Service will not be denied or abridged because of religious, social, racial, economic, or political status.

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