Wiscasset has a three week loan period on all circulation items. Educators
and home-schoolers, just like all other patrons, may ask for a longer
period. In that case, we would extend the date to six weeks. We will not do
this for brand new items or items with holds. My policy is to treat every
borrower the same.
Pam Dunning, Director
Wiscasset Public Library
21 High Street
Wiscasset, ME 04578
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We have a three week loan period for everyone with renewal of another three
weeks and a very loose policy on overriding that six week loan for all if
the book is not on hold. We have a special four week loan status for day
cares and teachers with no renewals relieving them of the burden of keeping
an eye on the due dates.
Karen McCarthy Eger
South Berwick Public Library
27 Young Street
South Berwick, ME 03908
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Dear Fellow Librarians,
What are your circulation limits? Do you offer longer due dates for
educators & homeschool families?
We are thinking about changing our current policy.
Thanks for your time!
Waterville Public Library
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strengthen the community through the sharing of stories and knowledge."