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Tuesday 10-8

Wednesday 10-5

Thursday 10-8

Friday 10-5

Saturday 9-3

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Rules for Behavior

Any misconduct that hinders use of the library or library materials is prohibited. Such misconduct might include but is not limited to:

  • Possession of weapons or of objects which might be used as weapons.
  • Loud or boisterous behavior.
  • Fighting on library property.
  • Conversation that is disturbing to other individuals or employees.
  • Profanity or other abusive language toward other individuals or toward employees.
  • Abusing library furniture, equipment, or materials.
  • Running in the library building.
  • Harassing others, either verbally or through actions. Harassment may include initiating unwanted conversations, impeding access to the building, etc.
  • Using tobacco in any form while inside the library building.
  • Possession, sale, or use of alcoholic beverages or illegal substances on library property.
  • Eating or drinking in the library building except for groups which are using meeting rooms and have properly requested the available kitchen facilities.
  • Buying or selling of any kind, or soliciting for personal gain or charitable purposes.
  • Using radios, tape players, or other personal listening equipment at a level that can be heard by other individuals.
  • Skateboarding or rollerblading anywhere on library property.
  • Bringing boom boxes, skateboards, basketballs, or other athletic equipment into the library building.
  • Distributing literature, taking surveys, or asking individuals or employees to sign petitions or similar activities.
  • Bringing animals other than guide dogs and the like into the library building without prior permission.
  • Not wearing a shirt or shoes.

Consequences of non-compliance

If change in behavior is not evident or forthcoming that individual will be asked to leave the library building and library property. If the individual does not leave on his own, police may be called for assistance.

Depending on the severity of the misbehavior, individuals who have been asked to leave the building and property may be barred from returning to the library. Individuals who have been barred may be asked to talk to the director or her designee before being readmitted. Juveniles may be asked to bring a parent or guardian to such a conference.

Additional Library Authority
The library reserves the right to limit the number of individuals who may sit together.

The library reserves the right to inspect all bags, purses, briefcases, packs, personal listening equipment, etc. for library materials.

Adopted 2/23/2004