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Circulation Policies

Circulation Policies

Cir-1: Library cards for residents/free cards
Cir-2: Library cards for residents of non-member communities/paid cards
Cir-3: Loan periods and loan limits
Cir-4: Renewals
Cir-5: Reserves
Cir-6: Claims returned/never had
Cir-7: Lost or damaged materials
Cir-8: Fines and fees
Cir-12: Bulk Loans

 CIR-1 - Library cards for residents/free cards

Policy Statement - As part of its public service mission of meeting the educational, recreational and informational needs of its customers, the Camden County Library issues library cards for checking out library items and/or accessing various databases online.

Regulations

1. The following are eligible for a free two-year card from the Camden County Library:

1.1. Residents of member communities.

1.2. Owners of property in member communities regardless of residence.

1.3. Residents of municipalities or counties with whom the library has a reciprocal borrowing agreement.

1.4. Residents of Camden County age 65 or older who resided in a non-member community and who registered as a senior citizen prior to April 1, 1998.
Those registering after that date are subject to the fee listed in the Fines and Fees section.

1.5. Professional librarians living in Camden County who reside in member and non-member municipalities.

1.6. Businesses located in member communities.

1.7. Non-profit organizations in Camden County serving residents of member communities.

1.8 Camden County College students living in non-member communities who must register for their card at the college.

1.9 Anyone approved for a courtesy card by the Branch Manager.

2. The following are eligible for a free one-year card at the Camden County Library:

2.1. Any Camden County official or employee.

2.2. Students and tutors registered with Literacy Volunteers of America/Camden County (LVA/CC).

2.3 Teachers in a Camden County K to 12 school. Since many schools serve more than one community, the library system will make no distinction between member community schools and nonmember community schools.

2.4  Volunteers in the Camden County Library System. The cards will be renewable for as long as the person continues to volunteer at the Library.

2.5 K-12 students residing in non-member communities who are enrolled in member-community schools, as verified by the school or local board of education and/or supporting documentation such as a student ID, report card or tuition bill from the current school year.

2.6 Staff and faculty employed at the Rutgers University Camden Campus.

2.7 Rutgers Camden students in residence at dormitories at the Camden Campus.

2.8 Students enrolled at any campus of the Camden County Technical School.

3. The following are eligible for a free three-month card at the Camden County Library:

3.1. Residents of non-member communities when they receive a card in conjunction with a library-sponsored special promotion, program or initiative.

4. There is no age restriction for obtaining a library card.

5. In order to register, member community residents and owners of property in member communities and residents of CamdenCounty age 65 or older who reside in a non-member community and who registered prior to April 1, 1998.

5.1 Adults (age 18 and older), and juveniles ages 15 through 17, must present a valid photo identification card with current street address or two other items of identification with current street address. If U.S. Mail is being used as a form of ID, it must be issued or postmarked within the last 90 days and include name and current address If unable to provide such identification, the registration may be processed and the card mailed to a street address. In this case materials may not be borrowed until the card has been received in the mail.

5.2. Juveniles, ages 14 and under, must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who must present appropriate identification and sign the application as the person responsible for the card.

 5.3  Homebound customers who are unable to come to the library as a result of physical and/or mental impairment may have a library card application mailed or dispatched by a friend or relative. Once the application is completed, it must be returned to the library with a document from a physician, social worker, residence administrator or care giver confirming the name and address of the applicant with documentation indicative of the fact that they are unable to physically visit the library due to a physical and/or mental impairment. The library card will be mailed to the customer. Registration renewal requires resubmission of a document from a physician, social worker, residence administrator or care giver confirming the residence and status of the applicant.

5.4. Nonresident owners of property in member communities must present proof of such ownership.

5.5. A Post Office address may be used if resident shows ownership of property in member community (tax bill, etc.).

6. In order to register, residents of municipalities or counties with whom the Library has a reciprocal borrowing arrangement:

6.1 Residents of Atlantic County must show a valid Atlantic County Library card in addition to what is required in Section 1 above.

7. In order to register, professional librarians living in Camden County:

7.1 Must show evidence of their degree in addition to what is required in Section 1 above.

8. In order to register, businesses located in member communities and non-profit organizations in Camden County serving residents of member communities:

8.1. Must send the library a letter on company stationery requesting a library card, the letter to be signed by the person responsible for payment of any charges accruing to the card.

9. In order to register, teachers who work in Camden County schools, public or private:

9.1. Must present two forms of identification, one that shows his or her name and address, or one photo-ID with name and address and one pay stub from the school system, or his or her contract with the school district.

9.2. The card must be renewed every year.

9.3. A list of all schools, public and private, will be kept at the Circulation desk in order to ascertain which schools are in Camden County.

9.4. The teacher's database record should denote that he or she has a teachers' card.

10. In order to register, Camden County officials (e.g. member of commissions or boards):

10.1 Must show evidence of current status.

11. In order to register, Camden County employees:

11.1 Must show proof of current employment by the County.

12. In order to register, LVA/CC students and tutors:

12.1 Must be verified by the LVA/CC office.

13.   In order to register, Rutgers University staff and faculty must present current Rutgers-Camden ID or pay stub.

14.   In order to register, Rutgers University students who reside in the dormitories on the Camden campus must present a current dorm ID card in addition to an ID that has a permanent address.        

15. Registration renewal requires one form of identification with a current street address in addition to the expired library card. The cardholder must be present at registration and/or renewal.

16. Change of address requires valid photo identification card with new street address or two other items of identification with new street address.

17. Applications for cards are destroyed after information is entered into the computer.

APPENDIX A : Member communities, post office names and local designations for parts of member communities

 

Albion                                                Local name-Winslow Twp.

Ancora                                   Local name-Winslow Twp.

Audubon Park                                                                                  Borough        PO

Ashland                                 Local name-Voorhees Twp.

Barrington                                                                                         Borough        PO

Bellmawr                                                                                           Borough        PO

Berlin Township                   AKA – West Berlin               Township     

Blackwood                            Local name-Gloucester Twp.                                 PO

Blenheim                              Local name-Gloucester Twp.

Blue Anchor                        Local name-Winslow Twp.

Braddock                               Local name-Winslow Twp.

Brighton Heights                  Local name-Voorhees Twp.          

Brooklawn                                                                                         Borough        PO

Brownsville                           Local name-Clementon

Camden Almshouse           Local name-Gloucester Twp.                                 Asylum

Cedar Brook                          Local name-Winslow Twp.

Chesilhurst                                                                                       Borough        PO

Chews Landing                   Local name-Gloucester Twp.

Clementon                                                                                        Borough

Crystal Lake                          Local name-Haddon Twp. 

Cuthbert                                Local name-Haddon Twp.

Dicktown                               Local name-Winslow Twp.

Echelon                                 Local name-Voorhees Twp.

Elm                                         Local name-Winslow Twp.

Erial                                        Local name-Gloucester Twp.

Florence                                Local name-Winslow Twp.

Gibbsboro                                                                                          Borough        PO

Glen Oaks                             Local name- Gloucester Twp.

Glendale                                Local name-Voorhees Twp.

Glendora                               Local name- Gloucester Twp.                                PO

Gloucester Township                                                                      Township

Gordon Lake                         Local name-Clementon    

Grenloch                               Local name-Winslow Twp.

Haddon Township                                                                           Township

Hi-Nella                                                                                             Borough

Hilltop                                     Local name-Gloucester Twp.        

Kirkwood                               Local name-Voorhees Twp.

Kresson                                 Local name-Voorhees Twp.

Lakeland                               Local name-Gloucester Twp.

Lambs Terrace                     Local name-Gloucester Twp.

Laurel Springs                                                                                  Borough       

Lawnside                                                                                           Borough        PO

Lindenwold                                                                                       Borough       

Lucastown                            Local name-Lindenwold

Magnolia                                                                                           Borough        PO

Merchantville                                                                                    Borough        PO

Mount Ephraim                                                                                Borough        PO

New Brooklyn                       Local name-Winslow Twp.

                                                    and Gloucester County                         

New Freedom                       Local name-Winslow Twp.

Oakdale                                 Local name-Haddon Twp.

Oaklyn                                                                                               Borough        PO

Oreston                                  Local name-Voorhees Twp.

Pine Hill                                                                                             Borough        PO

Pine Valley                                                                                       Borough

Point Pleasant                    Local name-Gloucester Twp.

Reed Crossing                        Local name-Berlin Twp.

Sicklertown                             Local name-Winslow Twp.

Sicklerville                               Local name-Winslow Twp.                

Somerdale                                                                                          Borough          PO

Tansboro                                 Local name-Winslow Twp.    

Tavistock                                                                                            Borough

Voorhees                                                                                             Township         PO

Waterford Works                    Local name-Winslow Twp.                

West Atco                               Local name-Winslow Twp.    

West Berlin                                                                                                                  PO      

West Collingswood               Local name-Haddon Twp.                    Extension

Winslow Junction                    Local name-Winslow Twp.

Winslow Township                                                                              Township        

Woodlynne                                                                                          Borough          PO

  

APPENDIX B : RECIPROCAL BORROWING AGREEMENTS:

Atlantic County

 

APPENDIX C : EXEMPT (NONMEMBER) COMMUNITIES IN CAMDEN COUNTY:

Amon Heights                            Local name-Pennsauken

Atco                                         Local name-Waterford Twp.

Atco Lake                                Local name-Waterford Twp.

Audubon borough                    PO

Berlin Borough                        Borough        PO

Bethel                                      Local name-Pennsauken       

Biedeman                                Local name-Pennsauken

Bishops                                   Local name-Waterford Twp.

Broadway                                Local name-Camden

Cherry Hill Township                   PO

Cloversdale                             Local name-Gloucester City

Coffins Corner                        Local name-Cherry Hill

Colwick                                   Local name-Cherry Hill

Collingswood  Borough            PO

Cooper Point                           Local name-Camden

Cramer Hill                              Local name-Camden

Deer Park                               Local name-Cherry Hill

Delair                                       Local name-Pennsauken       

Delair Station                        Local name-Pennsauken

Delaware Gardens                  Local name-Pennsauken

Dudley                                   Local name-Pennsauken

Dunbarton                               Local name-Waterford Twp.

East Camden                        Local name-Camden

East Pennsauken                    Local name-Pennsauken

Erlton                                       Local name-Cherry Hill

Fairview                                  Local name-Pennsauken

Fisher                                      Local name-Waterford Twp.

Glenmore                                Local name-Runnemede

Gloucester City                                                                                                   

Gloucester Heights                 Local name-Gloucester City

Haddon Heights  Borough          PO

Haddonfield Borough          PO

Highland Park                       Local name-Gloucester City

Hillcrest                                   Local name-Pennsauken

Homesteadville                       Local name-Pennsauken

Huttons Hill                              Local name-Cherry Hill

Jackson                                  Local name-Waterford Twp.

Jordantown                             Local name-Waterford Twp.

Kaighn Point                            Local name-Camden

Knight Park                             Local name-Collingswood

Liberty Park                            Local name-Camden

Locust Grove                        Local name-Cherry Hill

Louden                                    Local name-Waterford Twp.

Merchantville Park                  Local name-Pennsauken

Morris                                      Local name-Pennsauken

Morrisville                                Local name-Pennsauken

Newbold                                  Local name-Gloucester City

North Camden                        Local name-Camden

North Pennsville                      Local name-Pennsauken

Oreston                                   Local name-Audubon

Parkside                                  Local name-Camden

Pennsauken Township         PO

Pestletown                              Local name-Waterford Twp.

Runnemede  Borough          PO

Springdale                               Local name-Cherry Hill

Stratford     Borough          PO

Waterford Township               Township

Watsontown                            Local name-

Clementon/ Laurel Springs

Wellwood                                Local name-Pennsauken

Whitman Park                       Local name-Camden

Woodcrest                               Local name-Cherry Hill

Yorkship                                  Local name-Camden

 

- Library cards for residents of non-member communities/paid cards

Effective June 6, 2011

Policy Statement - As part of its public service mission of meeting the educational, recreational and informational needs of its customers, the Camden County Library offers library cards for checking out library items and/or accessing various databases online at a cost for people who reside outside Camden County library member municipalities.

Regulations

1. Residents from non-member communities and outside Camden County may purchase a library card/membership at the following rates:

1.1 Three-month card/membership - $25.00

1.2 Six-month card/membership - $50.00

1.3 One-year card/membership - $85.00

2. Senior citizens (those 65 and over) who registered after April 1, 1998  - $20.00

3. Residents who have been certified as hearing impaired by a doctor, osteopath or certified audiologist - $10.00 - Materials to be borrowed are limited to those included in the Deaf and Hearing Impaired Collection.

4. Identification, as outlined in CIR-1, must be presented.

5. Paid library cards, as listed in Regulation 1 of this policy, are good for all residents who live in the household of the purchaser with the exception of paid senior cards.

6. Paid senior cards are issued to the individual purchaser only.

 CIR-3 - Loan periods and loan limits

Policy Statement - As part of its public service mission of meeting the educational, recreational and informational needs of its customers, the Camden County Library has established loan periods and limits to facilitate the circulation of library materials in an efficient and equitable manner.

Regulations

1. Requirements for borrowing:

1.1. The customer must present a library card that is valid through the end of the loan period for which the material is being borrowed

1.2 In the absence of a library card, a registered customer may borrow materials upon presentation of a photo ID or two forms of identification bearing a current mailing address that agrees with the address that appears in the customer’s record in the library’s database

2.    Limits to borrowing:

 2.1  Up to 100 items may be borrowed on a single card

2.2  The following classes of materials have special borrowing limits:

2.2.1   DVDs and Music CDs: 15 items per card per transaction

2.2.2   Grab & Go - 2 books and/or 2 DVDs per card per transaction

2.2.3   Materials designated as reference do not circulate.

2.2.4   Newspapers, newsletters, and selected magazines designated as reference do not circulate.

2.2.5  Museum Passes – one (1) pass per household at a time

3. Loan periods for borrowing:

3.1   Books and audiobooks - 21 days

3.2   Grab & Go books - 7 days, no renewals

3.3   Grab & Go DVDs - 3 days, no renewals

3.4   DVDs and CDs - 7 days

3.5   DVD sets with four or more volumes – 21 days

3.6  Adult magazines - 7 days

3.7   Juvenile magazines - 21 days

3.8   Interlibrary loan materials - 21 days, no renewals

3.9   Bulk loans for non-profit institutions - 3 months (see Policy CIR-12)

3.10  Book Club in a Bag – 8 weeks, no renewals

3.11  Museum passes – 4 days, no renewals

4. Return of materials:

4.1   All materials must be returned in the condition in which they were borrowed.  Allowance for normal wear and tear will be made

4.2.   Library materials may be returned to any branch of the Camden County Library System and the Camden County College Libraries.

4.3 .  All materials are discharged as of the day that they are returned

4.3.1.   Materials accumulated while the library is closed will be discharged as of the last day the building was open plus a one-day grace period. 

CIR-4 - Renewals

Policy Statement - As part of its public service mission of meeting the educational, recreational and informational needs of its customers, the Camden County Library allows renewal of materials.

Regulations

1. Materials may be renewed for the same period of time for which they were originally borrowed.

2. The borrower's card must be valid as of the end of the loan period for which the materials are to be renewed.

3. Materials may be renewed twice with the following exceptions:

3.1. Material on request

3.2. Grab & Go materials

3.3. Materials borrowed from other libraries or purchased to fill an online request.

4. Renewed materials that have been returned must be reshelved before being borrowed on the same library card.

5. Customers may renew materials in person, by phone or online.

6. Materials need not be present to be renewed.

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 CIR-5 - Reserves

Policy Statement - As a part of its public service mission of meeting the educational, recreational and informational needs of its customers, Camden County Library System empowers customers with a valid library card to place unlimited reserves on titles owned by the Camden County Library System and Camden County College.

Definition

A reserve refers to a request or hold placed on a title owned by any branch of the Camden County Library System or Camden County College Library, by or for a person with a valid library card.

Regulations

1. When a staff member assists in placing reserves, a maximum of 5 reserves may be placed at one time.

2. Valid library card holders may place reserves

2.1 via the Internet and Camden County Library System's online catalog. This service is available 24 hours per day.

2.2 via Camden County Library System's in-house online catalog computers.

2.3 via the Millennium Circulation staff module with the assistance of a staff member during operating hours.

3. There is no charge for reserves and there is no limit on the number of reserves a customer may place.

4. Held items must be picked up and checked out at the designated branch within 10 days of arrival at the branch and within 7 days of the date on the notice that was sent to the customer.

5. Reserves not picked up within 10 days will be cancelled.

6. Reserves may not be placed on:

6.1 Magazines

6.2 Grab & Go items

6.3 Camden County College videos

6.4 Materials belonging to Collingswood, Gloucester City or Haddon Heights Libraries

6.5 Kids Kits

7. Valid library cardholders with more than $5.00 in outstanding charges may not place reserves.

8. Reserves placed via the online catalog remain in the system for 1 year or until the reserve has been filled, whichever comes first.

9. Reserves may be placed on titles that are on order and contain an Order Record.

10. A customer may place one reserve on any one title.

11. A customer may pickup a reserve for another customer if:

11.1 the customer has the requesting customer's library card

11.2 the customer has the notice that was sent to the requesting customer

12. A reserve may be cancelled at any time.

 

CIR-6 - Claims returned/never had

Policy Statement - To promote good customer relations, the Camden County Library System recognizes that situations arise when customers will claim to have returned or will say that they never charged out library materials attached to their record in the library's database. In these circumstances, the Library will absolve the customer of responsibility for the missing materials.

Regulations

1. Staff members will change the status of an item to claims returned for customers who say that they returned items that are still checked out on their record in the library's database, whether the item belongs to the branch where the claim was made or if it belongs in another branch.

2. The customer is not responsible for fines and fees attached to items found on the shelves in the library.

3. Customers who find and subsequently return materials that had been marked claims returned are not responsible for the accrued overdue fine. These fines are not pro-rated or otherwise apportioned

4. A cumulative record of items with claims returned status is maintained. There is no maximum number of  claims returned that will bar a customer from borrowing materials.

 CIR-7 - Lost or damaged materials

Policy Statement - In the interest of providing the best customer service and having materials available for customers, the Camden County Library System implements a process for replacing those items that are damaged or lost.

Definitions

1.      Lost item: material checked out under a customer's card and either lost or never returned by that customer.

2.      Damaged item: material checked out in good condition that is returned in a state that is beyond repair and needs to be replaced.

Regulations

1.  If an item is lost or returned in a state that is damaged beyond repair, the customer shall either:

Pay for the item based on the price as shown in the Library’s database, plus a processing fee of $4.00.

or

Provide the Library with a new or like new exact replacement of the lost or damaged item, plus a processing fee of $4.00.

A customer may keep a damaged item once it is paid for.

2.   Staff will give the customer a receipt for all fines and fees paid.

3.  If the lost item is located after a customer has either paid for the item or provided a replacement, a refund will not be given.

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CIR-8 Fines and fees

Effective January 11, 2017

Policy Statement
As part of its public service mission of meeting the educational, recreational and informational needs of its customers, the Camden County Library charges a fee for certain express services. To fulfill an obligation to the borrowing community at large and to further provide comprehensive customer service, the Library also attaches fines to late, lost or damaged items.

Regulations
1. Fees for services

Photocopier (black/white) $ .15 per copy
Computer printouts (black/white) $ .15 per page
Computer printouts (color) $ .50 per page
Diskettes/CDs $1.00 per disk
Microfilm printouts $ .25 per page
Ear buds $1.00 a pair
Flash drives $7.00 each
Notary Service – County Store, Voorhees Town Center $2.50 per document
Faxing – outgoing – USA, Canada and Mexico $1.50 for page 1
$1.25 per page for pages 2-6
$1.00 per page for pages 7 and up
Faxing - incoming $1.00 per page
Exam proctoring $10.00 per exam proctored

2. Registration fees for paid library cards/memberships

Replacement of lost card $1.00
3-month membership $25.00 per household
6-month membership $50.00 per household
1-year membership
$85.00 per household
Senior Citizens age 65 and over residing in non-member communities and originally registering after April 1, 1998 $20.00 per individual per year
Residents of non-member communities who are certified as hearing-impaired by a doctor, osteopath or certified audiologist $10.00 per individual per year (see CIR-2 for restrictions)

3. Fines

3.1 There is a one-day grace period for all overdue materials. On the
second day, the charge is for two days and accumulates from there.

3.2 Overdue rates

Books $.20 per day; maximum fine $10.00
Paperbacks $.20 per day; maximum fine 10.00
Juvenile paperbacks $.20 per day; maximum fine $5.00
Magazines $.20 per day; maximum fine $5.00
Audiobooks $.20 per day; maximum fine $10.00
Music CDs $.20 per day; maximum fine $10.00
DVDs $ 1.00 per day; maximum fine $10.00
Book club in a bag (includes bag, 10 books and study guide) $1.00 per day; maximum fine $15.00
Museum Passes  $5.00 per day, maximum fine not to exceed cost of the pass

4. Fees for damaged or lost materials will be assessed at the list price. When the list price is not available, the following fees, based on current average replacement costs for materials, will apply:

Book, hardcover adult $29.00
Book, hardcover juvenile $26.00
Book, paperback, juvenile $9.00
Book, paperback, adult $8.00
Book club in a bag, entire bag and contents $50.00
Book club in a bag, individual book $10.00
CD Audio book, replacement CDs $8.00 each, max. $48.00
CD Audio book $48.00
CD Music $18.00
DVDs $25.00
Interlibrary Loans (fee based on avg. replacement cost assessed by lending libraries) $50.00
Magazines $6.00
Museum Pass  Cost of the pass plus a $10.00 processing fee

5. Fees for damaged or lost book covers and containers

Media cases and book jackets $2.50
Book club in a bag tote bag $6.00
Museum pass packaging  $10.00

6. A non-refundable processing fee of $4.00 will be attached to the charge for all lost and damaged materials, with the exception of a $10.00 processing fee for museum passes.

7. Customers who owe more than $5.00 in fines and fees on their accounts may not check out or renew any library materials until the amount owed is reduced to $5.00 or less or paid off completely.

8. Late fees will not accrue on juvenile accounts (0-17 years).  When an item is overdue by 14 days, the patron's account will be suspended from borrowing until the overdue item is returned.  Patrons will receive overdue notices on the same schedule as adult borrowers (2 days prior, 10 days late and 35 days late).  The patron will be billed for the item when it is 45 days late.  At 60 days late, the patron's account will be sent to collections.

9. The Library Director is authorized to conduct periodic and ongoing sales to the public of discarded and donated books and other library materials and to set reasonable, market-rate prices for these sales.

10. Upon prior notification to the Library Commission, the Library Director is authorized to generate revenue through the sale to the public of library-related items such as book bags and clothing.

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 CIR -12 Bulk Loans

Policy Statement - In order to meet the educational, recreational and informational needs of our customers, the Camden County Library System provides loans to schools and assisted living facilities located in member communities.

Regulations

1. School Media Centers

1.1 May borrow up to 50 fiction and 50 non-fiction books for a loan period of 3 months.

1.2 New media centers may borrow 200-300 fiction books and 100 non-fiction books for the school year.

1.2.1 An additional 25 non-fiction books may be borrowed for 3 months to supplement subject material.

1.3 Audiovisual materials are not available for school loans.

1.4 Selection of books may be done by the school librarian or by the staff of the Camden County Library System's Children's Department.

1.4.1 Teachers must contact their school librarian before selecting books.

1.4.2 Up to 3 titles may be requested by phone.

1.4.3 Requests for 4 or more titles must be submitted in writing.

1.5 Bulk loans will be delivered and picked up by the Camden County Library System Delivery Service to the following schools:

Albert Bean School

Avon School

Berlin Community School

C.S. Jennings School

Clementon Elementary School

Eisenhower Middle School

John Glenn School

Loring Fleming School

Somerdale Park School

Stoy School

Strawbridge School

Van Sciver School

1.5.1 All other schools must make their own arrangements for pick up and return of books.

1.6 Bulk loan items to schools may not be renewed.

1.6.1 There are no fines for late returns.

1.7 The school assumes full responsibility for lost or damaged books.

1.7.1 The Camden County Library System reserves the right to suspend the borrowing privileges of any school that does not pay for lost or damaged books.

2. Pre-Schools

2.1 Bulk loans of picture books will be made to school system pre-schools and non-profit federally funded or church-sponsored nursery or pre-schools in member communities.

2.2 May borrow up to 25 books for a loan period of 3 months.

2.3 Paperbacks and audiovisual materials are not available for loan.

2.4 Selection of picture books may be done by the staff of the nursery school or by the Camden County Library System's Children's Department.

2.4.1. Up to 3 titles may be requested by phone.

2.4.2. Requests for 4 or more titles must be submitted in writing.

2.5 Bulk loans will be delivered and picked by the Camden County Library System Delivery Serviceto the following schools:

Barrington PreSchool

2.5.1 All other schools must make their own arrangements for pick up and return of books.

2.6 Bulk Loan items to schools may not be renewed.

2.6.1 There are no fines for late returns.

2.7 The school assumes full responsibility for lost or damaged books.

2.7.1 The Camden County Library System reserves the right to suspend the borrowing privileges of any school that does not pay for lost or damaged books.

3. Assisted Living Facilities

3.1 May borrow up to 40 items for a loan period of 3 months.

3.2 There is no restriction on type of media.

3.3 Selection of items will be done by designated Library staff on a monthly basis.

3.4 Bulk loans will be delivered and picked up by designated Library staff for the following facilities:

Brendenwood Assisted Living

Yardley Commons

3.5 There are no fines for late returns

3.6 The facility assumes full responsibility for lost or damaged items.

3.6.1 The Camden County Library System reserves the right to suspend the borrowing privileges of any facility

that does not pay for lost or damaged material

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