What if the library doesn’t have the item I want?

Stop by the library and fill out an InterLibrary Loan (ILL) Request. The library will then attempt to borrow the item from another library for you. All requests are placed in a nationwide search and are filled at the discretion of the lending library. Requests may take a few days to several weeks to be processed. A fee equivalent to the cost of postage is charged for each received interlibrary loan request.

Fines for overdue materials are $1 per day and materials that are not picked up will be charged the cost of postage. Lost or damaged materials will be charged according to the fees set by the lending library.

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4. How do I serve on the Library Board of Advisors?
5. How long can I borrow an item?
6. How much are overdue charges?
7. What if I lose or damage an item?
8. What if the library doesn’t have the item I want?
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