Damaged Books

A book is considered “damaged” if it is returned to the library in a condition that requires extensive repair OR is unable to be repaired and cannot be returned to circulation.  Examples of damaged books include, but are not limited to, water damage, mold, writing on the inside of the book, torn and or missing pages, and/or damage to the outside of the book.  Damage will be assessed by the Library staff and they will determine if the book can be repaired or not.  If not, the full replacement cost of the book plus a processing fee of $5.00 will be charged to the patron.

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