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July 28, 2013

Anderson Public Library now offers monthly non-resident cards

ANDERSON -- The Anderson Public Library now offers a monthly non-resident card for those who live in townships without library service. A one-month Non-Resident card costs only $12.50 and may be purchased at the Main Library or the Lapel Branch Library. Non-Resident cards are also available for an entire year ($150), six months ($75), or three months ($37.50).

Photo identification and proof of address are required to obtain a library card. Each family member residing at the same address as the person who purchases a Non-Resident card may be issued an APL card for no additional cost. A current driver’s license, state ID card, passport, military ID, school ID, or employment ID with your name and picture are all acceptable forms of photo ID, and address may be proved by presenting a current driver’s license, personalized check, voter registration, utility bill dated within the last 60 days, or piece of computer generated mail postmarked within the past 30 days.

For more information, call 641-2440 or see APL’s Library Card Issuing Policy online at andersonlibrary.net.

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