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NPML Forms and Policies

Donations and Gifts Policy


Monetary donations to the Library for the purchase of a new book or books, are popular as a means of honoring or remembering a loved one.  It is helpful if broad subjects (such as gardening or baseball) are suggested, so that an appropriate item may be selected.  The book that is purchased will have a bookplate affixed, which indicates both the person being honored and the name of the donor.  Contact the Library’s Administrative Assistant for more information.

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Library Use Policy (Other than Meeting Room)

            Library users have the right to study, read or work without unreasonable interference.  Library patrons must respect the rights of others who are using the library.  Noise may not be louder than the ambient noise in the room.  The New Providence Library reserves the right to ask users to lower their level of noise, and also to relocate groups of 2 or more within the library.

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Meeting Room Policy

The Use of the Library Meeting Rooms, Policy # 3-1

The Mission of the New Providence Memorial Library is to be the community's center of knowledge and to serve as the catalyst to promote and encourage lifelong learning. Library resources including the meeting rooms are available to library users in accordance with the mission statement. Click here for the Meeting Room Application.

Priorities for Library Meeting Room Use

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Internet Access including Wifi Policy

New Providence Memorial Library offers its patrons access to the educational, informational, and recreational resources available on the Internet. The Library does not guarantee the authenticity, accuracy, or timeliness of material obtained via the Internet. Since it is an unregulated information network, the Internet may provide material that falls outside the scope of the Library's mission and collection development policies.

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