Browsing Hours:
Monday - Saturday 9:30am - 12:30 pm
Senior & At Risk Browsing Hours:
Tuesday & Thursday
8:30-9:30 am
Curbside Pickup
Monday - Saturday:
1:30 pm - 4:15 pm


Acceptable Use

Reasoning and Rationale
The Morrill Memorial Library (“Library”) provides computer services, including free access to the Internet, in accordance with the Library’s mission to provide access to an extensive collection of informational resources and materials through up-to-date technology, programs and workshops. The Internet does not fall under the control or governance of any single agency, government, or organization, including but not limited to the Library and the Town of Norwood. The Library cannot control access points, which often change rapidly and unpredictably.

Who is Covered?
This Policy gives a general outline of the terms of use and expectations for all patrons, staff and visitors using the Morrill Memorial Library’s computer equipment and its voice/data/video networks. All eligible persons who use such computers, equipment and network facilities are bound by this Policy as a condition for using these resources and are expected to follow the guidelines contained herein for acceptable use as described below. By using the Library’s computers, equipment and/or voice/data/video networks, patrons, staff and visitors are agreeing to abide by the Morrill Memorial Library Acceptable Use Policy as a condition of continued use.

What is included?
The technology covered by this Policy consists of the Library’s voice, data and video networks and all computer equipment, software, printers, copiers and other peripherals provided for use. Computers owned by individuals are not subject to these use restrictions, except in regards to their connection to or access of the Morrill Memorial Library network or use of library licensed software or resources and to the extent use of such computers constitutes a prohibited use as discussed below.

Acceptable Uses
The Morrill Memorial Library’s technology (computer and network) resources are intended for educational, recreational, scholarly, and personal uses. The Library provides guidance in the use of the Internet through instruction and through the website, which identifies specific websites that are authoritative, helpful to users, and appropriate to the library’s mission and goals. The Library is not responsible for the content or validity of any third party website or link identified through the website or accessible from the Library’s computer and network resources. While any child with a library card may use a computer, parents/caregivers are responsible for the information selected and
accessed by their children. Computers in the Children’s Department are reserved for use by children and their parents/caregivers.

With regard to equipment that is borrowed, the patrons have a responsibility to return the equipment on time and in good condition.

Borrowers may be responsible for the full replacement cost of equipment and related peripherals, including but not limited to software, not timely returned or returned in poor condition and may be subject to fines if items are returned late.

Prohibited Uses
Prohibited uses of the Morrill Memorial Library's network and computer facilities include those uses which: infringe on another individual's right to privacy; adversely affect the user community inside or outside of the Library; violate federal and/or state laws (including but not limited to laws governing copyright, privacy and harassment); violate Library policy; or are not allowed under the terms of our software licenses.

Additional examples of prohibited uses include, but are not limited to:
● Unauthorized reading, copying, or modification of files, network traffic or electronic mail other than your own.

Approved by the Board of Library Trustees March 10, 2015
● Unauthorized use of someone else's password, or sharing of passwords.
● Intentional damage or disruption to hardware, software, services, security devices or codes, or the intentional creation or distribution of viruses, worms, malware or other forms of electronic mayhem.
● Unauthorized access via the voice/data/video networks to computers or network traffic at other locations or tampering with the Library networks or hardware services.
● Abuse of printing privileges, including violation of copyright.
● Distributing obscene or abusive messages or engaging in other forms of harassment.
● Unlawful disclosure, use, and/or dissemination of personal identification regarding minors.
● Engaging in harassing activities via social networks using Library networks or computers.
● Placing excessive demands on the Library network or server capacity.
● Obtaining, storing, using, or sharing copyrighted material (e.g., software, text, images, sounds or video in electronic form, etc.) without proper credit to and permission from the copyright owner.
● Unauthorized use of file-sharing software or other applications or equipment that creates excessive network traffic or attempts to circumvent network security or management systems.
● Allowing unauthorized access to the Morrill Memorial Library network through any computer, modem, or network device (including wireless access points).
● Failure to return borrowed equipment within the loan period.
● Losing or damaging equipment, software, or data belonging to the library or other users.
● Disruption or unauthorized monitoring of electronic communications.
● Illegal activity.
● Changing software configurations or settings on Library computers.

Installation of Software
You are prohibited from disabling Library-installed virus protection or time management software. No copy of software may be used on the Library's computer or network resources unless a valid license to use that copy has been obtained and provided to Library staff in advance, including shareware, software, applications and programs downloaded from the Internet.
It is illegal to make unauthorized copies of software, shareware, applications and programs. Copyright laws protect software authors and publishers, just as they protect authors of printed material.  Any software, shareware, applications and programs installed by individual users must be consistent in intent and practice with the Acceptable Uses outlined above.

Privacy Concerns
The Morrill Memorial Library computing and network resources are the property of the Library and under its administration and management. While technical staff and administrators will not casually or routinely monitor traffic content, the Library reserves
the right to monitor activities performed on library owned computers or networks. These systems should not be considered secure, and discretion should be used when sending and storing highly sensitive or confidential information. By using the Library’s computing and network resources, users consent to such monitoring and that they have no expectation of privacy in the use thereof. Users are advised to log out of any programs and websites after terminating use. The Library assumes no liability for any damage to user data or lose of user privacy sustained while using its networks and/or resources.

Failure to Comply
Failure to comply with this Policy or other relevant Library policies may result in loss of privileges. Serious or multiple infractions may cause the user to be denied access to Library equipment, services and resources, such as but not limited to computers, workstations, printers, databases and network access.  Moreover, failure to comply with these policies, particularly where non-compliance results in the violation of federal or state law, may expose the user to criminal and civil liability. Certain kinds of computer hacking, computer abuse, and computerrelated fraud are not only against this policy, they are illegal. The Library may report suspected criminal conduct to the appropriate authorities.

Approved by the Board of Library Trustees March 10, 2015


  • Library users must have a Minuteman Network library card to borrow materials. Free borrowing privileges are extended to all Massachusetts residents.
  • Cardholders may choose a "PIN" number (personal identification number) to access their library record from a home or library computer.
  • Cardholders may also receive email and text message notification of due date, reserves, and overdues.

Loan Periods

  • Books: 3 weeks
  • CD Books, Playaways, CDs: 3 weeks
  • Summer Reading List Books: 3 weeks (no renewals)
  • Speed Reads: 2 weeks (no renewals)
  • DVDs, feature films: 7 days (no renewals)
  • DVDs, non-fiction: 7 days
  • DVD TV series: 3 weeks (no renewals)

Other limitations may apply
Any materials checked out in Norwood are subject to our loan periods and fines.

Most library materials checked out in Norwood can be renewed 3 times. Exceptions include items on reserve or on a reading list, items obtained from outside the Minuteman Network, Speed Reads, TV series, DVDs, and feature DVDs. Renewals are 3 weeks (non-fiction DVDs for one) from the day of renewal and may be made in person, online, or by phone, using your library card number.

Reserves and Interlibrary Loan (ILL)
Items available for loan in this library or any other Minuteman Library may be requested through the Minuteman Catalog. They will be delivered to this library for your convenience. Items not owned by a Minutemen library may be requested using the Commonwealth Catalog (ComCat).

Fines and other charges

  • Adult Materials: $.05 per day up to $2.00 per item
  • Speed Reads: $ .25 per day up to $10.00 per item
  • Children's print materials: $.05 per day up to $.50 per item
  • Museum Passes: $5.00 per day up to $20.00 per item
  • Lost museum pass: $30.00
  • DVDs: $.25 per day up to $5.00 per item
  • Items from outside the Minuteman Library Network (i.e., ILL): $2.00 per day up to $20.00
  • Summer Reading List (print): $.05 per day up to $2.00 per item
  • Museum pass not picked up: $5.00
  • Replacement of Morrill Memorial Library card: Free

Ages 60 and over can be exempt from overdue fines on most Norwood materials. Ask about senior exemptions at the Circulation Desk.

Museum Passes (free or reduced price admission)
Passes may be reserved by Norwood residents and those employed full time in Norwood (proof of emplyment required). A valid Minuteman library card is required to borrow passes. Any fines must be paid before checking out a pass.

Please, visit our Museum Pass page for me information.


Parents, legal guardians and caregivers are responsible for the safety and behavior of children.

All children must follow the Library Rules of Conduct and use the Library appropriately.

Children under the age of 10 must be supervised by a responsible parent, legal guardian or caregiver.

The Library cannot assume responsibility for children while a parent, legal guardian or caregiver is participating in a Library program or other activity in the Library.

The length of time that any child over the age of 10 is left unattended in the Library should not exceed the child’s comfort level with the situation.

Adults unaccompanied by a child in the children’s area may be asked to move to another area of the Library.

Computers are for children and adult accompanying them, but children have priority over adult users.

Copies of the full “Children in the Library” rules are available at the Children’s Desk.


"That part of the records of a public library which reveals the identity and intellectual pursuits of a person using such library shall not be a public record..."
--Annotated Laws of Massachusetts Chapter 78, Section 7

The library staff will not give out names, addresses, e-mail addresses or any other information held by the library as part of a library patron's card registration, to anyone for any purpose except circulation of library material. This includes library trustees, other town officials and law enforcement officers.

Names, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail address of users may be used only for official library business or promotion of the services and programs of the library or fundraising for the library, and for no other purpose.

Under no circumstances will a library staff member divulge information about what library material is checked out, requested or reserved on a particular card to any one other than the cardholder.

Eligible card holders
Free borrowing privileges are extended to residents of all Massachusetts towns on a reciprocal basis. Residents of other states who are employed in Norwood are eligible for cards.

Borrowing privileges will be withheld from residents of towns whose libraries are closed or not certified by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners.

Children 13 years of age and under must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian with proper identification as listed above and complete an application signifying agreement with the Library’s borrowing policies. Parents or legal guardians are responsible for the fines, fees and damaged materials assessed to their child’s card. Teenagers aged 14 and over must also complete an application signifying agreement with the Library’s borrowing policies and provide proper identification. Proper identification for a teen can include a photo-identification card issued by the Norwood Public Schools or a local private school. Card holders are responsible for all fines, fees and damaged materials assessed to their cards.

Identification Requirements
The Morrill Memorial Library is a member of the Minuteman Library Network. To borrow library material, the user must be registered for a Minuteman Library Network library card. Massachusetts residents may get an MLN card at the Norwood library by presenting positive identification showing their current home address.

Residents of other states who work in Norwood must show proof of their Norwood employment as well as their
current address. Cards are issued for five years.

The library requires every user to be registered in the Minuteman Library Network to check out material or use
the Internet computers. A one-time guest pass may be obtained at any library services desk.

Patrons are encouraged to bring their library card to the library, however, if a person who has an MLN card does
not have it with them, they may check out material if they present a valid, current ID with name and address
matching information attached to their library account.

Patrons are also encouraged to add their MLN card to a smartphone app* such as CardStar, GoogleWallet,
StoCard, etc. and use it at the circulation desk or at the self-service station. *Apps are subject to change;
download current versions.

Examples of Accepted Forms of ID

  • Driver's license (updated to show current address)
  • Postmarked mail
  • Car registration
  • Norwood High School ID

Identification Necessary to Obtain a Library Card

  • ADULT: ID with name and current address (picture ID required)
  • HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: High School ID with photo
  • CHILD (through age 13): ID with family name and current address (could be the parent's ID) and parent's
    signature on application.
  • CHILD (age 14 or older): Photo-ID and evidence of current address (could be the parent’s ID).
  • ADULT employed in Norwood: ID with name and current address and proof of Norwood employment (check
    stub, ID card, etc.)
  • ADULT employed in Norwood, living out of state: ID with name and current address and proof of Norwood
    employment (check stub, ID card, etc.).

Online Registration of Library Cards
Online registration is possible through the library’s website for use of databases and downloading e-materials.
The registration is valid for six months. Users must verify information and obtain their library card at the
circulation desk to check out library materials. At that time, the library card will be valid for five years.

We strongly encourage patrons to include their e-mail address on their registration form in which case all
notices (reserve or overdue material) will be transmitted in this manner. Any change to an e-mail address can be
made using the “My Account” function of the on-line catalog or by contacting library personnel. It is the patron’s
responsibility to ensure that any e-mail account provided is accurate and frequently checked.

PIN (Personal Identification Number)
The Minuteman automated network allows for remote access to databases and to personal library accounts for
all cardholders. In order to access a personal library record a patron must select a Personal Identification
Number (PIN) using the Minuteman online catalog. The Circulation Department can delete a PIN for a
cardholder, but PINs are encoded and not visible to Circulation Staff. If forgotten, the PIN must be removed so
another can be selected.

SMS (Short Message Service) Text Alerts
Card holders may subscribe to SMS alerts which is a voluntary subscription service that allows subscribers to
receive electronic notifications when holds are available for pickup, when borrowed items are about to become
due and when items are overdue. SMS Text Alerts are intended as a supplemental notification for existing
notification methods (phone, email, regular mail). SMS alerts do not replace the existing notification options.
While SMS Alerts are a free service offered at no charge for anyone registered at a Minuteman Member Library,
depending on your cellular phone plan, additional per-message charges may be assessed by your carrier. Please
call your carrier to inquire about any charges BEFORE subscribing.

Loan Periods, Item Limits, and Renewals
Most library materials may be checked out for three weeks and may be renewed three times if there is no
reserve on the item. (See exceptions in Appendix A.) Note that renewals on items borrowed from outside the
Minuteman Library Network system vary. There is a system wide limit of 150 items per card holder.

Three renewals, in person, by telephone or on-line, are possible for most items borrowed from the Norwood
library provided there is no reserve on the item. Renewals are for three weeks from the date of the renewal.
Please refer to the attached appendix (Appendix A) for specific limit and renewal information.

Non-Circulating Materials
Non-circulating materials are Reference books; library journals; Norwood collection; and newspapers and some
periodicals. Overnight loan of some of these items may be arranged at the Reference desk.

Reserving Materials

  • Reserves may not be placed on an item by the borrower who currently has it charged out.
  • Reserves are not allowed on feature films (DVDs owned by other MLN libraries that are less than three
    months in the MLN catalog.)
  • Reserves are not allowed on items in the “Speed Read” collection.

Most material owned by this library, another Minuteman library, or on order, but not currently available, may be
reserved by a library patron. This is done by requesting the material through the on-line request system at any
computer in this library, from a home computer, by filling out a paper form, or by speaking to a librarian.
Materials not owned within the Minuteman network may be requested at the reference desk or through the
Commonwealth Catalog (COMCAT). Email and SMS notification is encouraged. There is a system wide limit of 50
requests for each card holder however library limits on the number of items checked out will apply.

Fines and Other Charges

  • Fines vary throughout the Minuteman network.
  • When fines or other charges on a card accumulate to $10.00 or more, that card may not be used until
    payment is made.
  • Replacement costs and items lost and billed must be paid before the card may be used to check out items.

For material checked out from the Norwood library:
Type of Library Material and Fine
Adult materials -- $.05 per day up to $2.00 per item
Speed Reads -- $.25 per day up to $10.00 per item
Children’s print materials -- $.05 per day up to $.50 per item
Museum passes -- $5.00 per day up to $20.00 Lost pass $30.00
DVDs -- $.25 per day up to $5.00 per item
Items from outside the Minuteman Library Network (ILL) -- $2.00 per day up to $20.00
Summer Reading List print -- $.05 per day up to $2.00 per item
Charge for non-pick up of museum passes -- $5.00
Replacement for Morrill Memorial Library card -- Free

  • After the material is four weeks overdue, it is assumed lost and a bill is issued. At that point borrowing
    privileges are suspended until the material is returned and the fine is paid, or until the library has been
    reimbursed for the cost of the lost material.
  • A card holder is liable for replacement costs and fines for all materials checked out on the card. The library
    determines the replacement cost for lost or damaged material. If the card holder wishes to replace the
    material, rather than pay for it, the replacement must be the same edition and must be new. The library
    reserves the right to determine if the replacement is acceptable.
  • All items in the collection of the Morrill Memorial Library are property of the Town of Norwood. Fines and
    fees go to the Town of Norwood’s General Fund.
  • Payment may be made by cash, bank check, or personal check at the circulation desk. Credit card payments
    are not accepted at the Circulation Desk; however they may be made online using My Account on
    Minuteman Library Network.
  • Refunds are made for lost material if the material is returned to the library in good condition within three
    months after the payment is made. Refunds may take several days to process. If payment is made by credit
    card, no refund to the credit card is possible. If a receipt is provided, a cash refund will be issued after the
    library has received confirmation of the amount paid for the item via monthly report from Minuteman
    Library Network. Note that fines on these items are not refundable.
  • A cardholder must report loss of a library card immediately. Until the loss is reported the cardholder is
    responsible for replacement costs and fines for all materials checked out on the card.

Museum Passes
The Norwood library owns library membership passes to several museums in the Boston area. The passes
admit either one person or a group of people to these museums for free or at a reduced cost. These passes
are donated to the library by local organizations and may be checked out to Norwood residents or to those
patrons who work in Norwood full time and hold a Minuteman library card. All existing fines and fees must
be paid. The passes may be reserved four weeks in advance either at the Information Desk or online
through a link on the library homepage. A pass is usually checked out for one day. A charge of $5.00 will
be assessed if a museum pass is reserved but not checked out.

Privileges for Senior Citizens in Norwood
Norwood residents, age 60 and over, are exempt from fines on material owned by this library, but not from
replacement costs for lost or damaged material or other service charges. They will receive bills for material not
returned. The fine exemption privilege does not apply when Norwood cardholders are at other libraries and may
not apply to material owned by other libraries. There is no exemption for fines for Museum passes or
SpeedRead items.

Privileges extended to Those Working in Norwood
Library card holders who work full-time in Norwood but do not reside in Norwood have been extended
certain privileges if they hold a Minuteman library cards: reserving museum passes.

In the event that the MLN network and/or library computers are temporarily unavailable:

  • A MLN library card must be presented;
  • Only four items per person may be checked out;
  • No renewals may be processed;
  • No cards or replacement cards may be issued.

Damage to Personal Equipment
The library is not responsible for damage to a patron's equipment as a result of playing any media: DVDs, CDs, CD ROMs, or any
other media checked out from the library.

The Law: Crimes Against Property
Chapter 266, Section 99 and 100 of the Annotated Laws of Massachusetts states that it is a crime punishable by fine or
imprisonment to deface, destroy or willfully detain material belonging to a public library. The Morrill Memorial Library reserves the
right to invoke this law to recover library material.

Attached: Appendix A
The Circulation Policy of the Morrill Memorial Library was rewritten and approved by the Board of Library Trustees
on September 8, 2015. The Circulation Policy was revised and approved by the Board of Library Trustees on
November 13, 2018 to include a change to the policy regarding children’s library cards.

Meeting Rooms

1. The Meeting rooms at the Morrill Memorial Library are available without charge to local, non-profit groups for educational, informational or cultural meetings or programs. No meeting is allowed that promotes any business or commercial activity. No marketing of any kind is allowed. All meetings and programs must be open to the public without charge regardless of whether an individual is a member of the organization.

2. All groups requesting use of the Simoni or Trustees Room must fill out an application form provided by the library and must indicate a person of legal age (18) who will be responsible for the room.

3. Use of the Meeting Rooms for library purposes will take precedence over all other reservations. Reservations are accepted during the summer for the following fall, winter and spring. To allow flexibility for library sponsored events, the library administration reserves the right to reschedule or cancel room reservations. Every effort will be made to avoid such cancellations. As much advance notice as possible will be given.

4. The Simoni Meeting Room is located adjacent to the reference Department. For that reason we request that all groups using the Simoni Room show consideration for people using the Reference area of the library. Please enter and leave the room quietly. Doors to the Simoni room must be closed during meetings.

5. An amplification system with assisted listening devices is available. Other amplification systems may be used with prior approval.

6. Attendance must be limited to the capacity of the Meeting Rooms. Groups or organizations using the meeting rooms must follow the instructions of the library or custodial stall at all times in regard to the safe and orderly operation of the library. Groups must leave the building fifteen minutes before the library’s normally scheduled closing time. Groups may stay up to 30 minutes past closing but must arrange to do so in advance and will pay a $20 custodial fee.

7. Library parking is limited. If the spaces identified as library parking are filled, people attending meetings must park on the street or in the large parking lot behind the Congregational Church across Winter Street. Do not use spaces reserved for the office building next door. Do not park in the driveway in front of the Congregational Church.

8. Nothing may be bought or sold nor may any fee be charged.

9. Use of tobacco products or alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the library.

10. A kitchen is available for serving light refreshments. It should be left clean and all food should be removed.  Spills or other accidents requiring custodial attention must be reported immediately.

11. The library is not responsible for the loss or damage of an organization’s property (or the property of an individual in attendance), nor it is responsible for any bodily harm that comes to an individual in attendance.

12. If the library closes because of weather conditions, an attempt will be made to notify people who have reserved rooms. If there is any doubt, call the library. Storm closing announcements will be on the library’s telephone recording.

13. The library may not be used as the mailing address for any group or organization.

14. The fact that a group or organization is permitted to meet at the library in no way constitutes an endorsement of the group’s policies or beliefs by the library.

15. The library’s telephones may not be used for incoming or outgoing calls except in an emergency. A public phone is located on the first floor.

16. Reservations may be made in person or by telephone, Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the Director’s office. The reservation is not confirmed until the written application is completed and returned to the library. The individual making the reservation will be responsible for the conduct of the group and the protection of library property. If a meeting is cancelled the library must be notified promptly.

17. A television, VCR, and projection table are available for use. This equipment must be reserved separately from the room you will be using. The individual making the reservation will be responsible for the equipment.

18. Only videocassettes of DVDs for which public performance rights have been purchased may be shown in the library.

19. The Board of Library Trustees and the Director of the library have final authority concerning the use of the meeting rooms and audiovisual equipment. They reserve the right to refuse use of the facilities to meetings and programs that might disrupt library service or not be in the best interests of the library.

20. Room Use Regulations & Room Use Application

Museum Passes

For information regarding privacy at the Morrill Memorial Library, please visit the Minuteman Library Network privacy policy page.

Rules of Conduct


The Morrill Memorial Library offers opportunities for reading, study, research, cultural activities and community information. The library serves the community most effectively when everyone follows a few simple rules. Failure to comply with any of these rules is grounds for expulsion.

1. On the first floor conversation is necessary as part of Circulation and Children’s department activities. Upper floors are for Reference and study. Conversations on these floors should be quiet and brief. Any person who, in the opinion of the library staff, is engaging in conduct inconsistent with the orderly operation of the library will be asked to leave.

2. EATING, DRINKING (except water bottles) or use of any TOBACCO products is prohibited.

3. Cell phone use must be quiet. Turn ringers off. Go outside for conversations.

4. Anyone who damages or defaces library property will be prosecuted.

5. It is an act of larceny to remove any material from the library without checking it out. The library reserves the right to search any bags or parcels.

6. A patron may be asked to show his or her library card and/or other identification.

7. A patron may be required to leave personal belongings deemed inappropriate with the library staff until leaving the library. Service animals are allowed in the library, but not other animals.

8. Headphones must be used when listening to audio equipment. Volume must be adjusted to prevent disturbing other people.

9. Respect others' right to privacy. Harassment by language or behavior is not allowed.

10. Parents are responsible for the behavior and supervision of their young children. Under no circumstance should young children be left alone in the library.

11. Loitering on library premises, grounds or parking lot is not permitted.

12. No solicitation of any kind may take place on library property.

13. No card games or games of chance may be played on library property.

14. Appropriate dress, including shoes and shirts, must be worn in the library. Roller blades or “heelies” are not allowed.

15. Patrons may be required to leave the library if their personal hygiene interferes with the orderly operation of the library or with the ability of other patrons to use and enjoy the facility.

Please cooperate with library staff, who must interpret and apply library rules and regulations. Your assistance will help to promote high quality service.
Adopted by the Library Board of Trustees April 11, 1995, Revised February 2007

Social Media

Social Networking Policy
Social networking software is defined as any website or application which allows Library staff and community members to interact via virtual communication and may allow users to associate a ‘profile’ or presence with the Library’s. The Library assumes no liability regarding any event or interaction that takes place by any participant in any library-sponsored social
networking service, and does not endorse or review content outside the pages created by Library staff.

Social networking sites may be hosted by the Library. These may be used for program promotion, reference assistance, general library information, or other similar activities. The role and usefulness of a Library site will be evaluated periodically by Library professional staff. A Library site may be terminated at any time without notice to the subscribers.

Public and staff comments, posts, and messages are welcome on Library social networking sites. All such interactions will be regularly monitored and reviewed for content and relevancy by the Library. The Library reserves the right to edit or modify any postings or comments for space or content, while retaining the intent of the original post. All postings deemed unacceptable* or non-relevant will be removed.

The Library has the right to reproduce comments, posts, and messages in other public venues.  By using such sites and posting comments, posts, and/or messages, the user consents to the reproduction thereof in accordance with this Policy. Identifying information, other than first name, will be removed unless prior approval is granted by the user.

*Includes obscene or racist content, personal attacks or threatening language, potentially libelous statements, plagiarized or material under copyright, private or personal information published without consent, comments or hyperlinks unrelated to the content of the forum, commercial promotions or spam, organized political activity, images that fall in any of the above categories

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