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Library offering amnesty for overdue fines

Library Director Pauline Abidde Library Director Pauline Abidde
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

  The Dougherty County Library is reminding everyone the newly Central Library is open for business.

  The Central Library will have a grand re-opening this Saturday.

 That is day when kids are of out of school.

  They might want to check out the nechildren's's room and a Teens Room on the 4th floor as well as a computer lab.

 The library is also offering a amnesty program that cuts 25 percent off all overdue fines.

Library Director Pauline Abidde "We want to be able to help people who haven't been using the library for a while.  They have got fines that are up to a certain level that prohibits them from being able to check out.  We want them to be able to take the 25discountut and be able to settle their account."

The amnesty program will run from September 6-10.


 

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