Announcement of New Procedure

Rules/Procedure Concerning Unreturned Materials

West Bend Community Memorial Library has changed how unreturned library materials that amount to $50.00 or more will be addressed.  If items are not returned or renewed by the due date, patrons will be charged the daily rate, ($0.25 per day for Books, Audiobooks, CDs, and Magazines, and $1.00 per day for CD-ROMs, DVDs, VHS Videos, and Kits) for the overdue item(s).

If the items are not returned to the library within 30 days after the due date, patrons will be sent a billing notice indicating the items are 30 days overdue and are assumed lost.  The bill will reflect the cost of the item(s) in question.  It will also indicate that the individual will be subject to a City of West Bend Police Department citation for theft of library materials, if the items are not returned to the library, or the replacement value of the item(s) is not paid in full.

Patrons will have 14 days from the date of the billing notice to contact the library to either return the item(s) indicated on the bill and pay accrued fines, or pay for the cost of replacement of the items.  All items must be paid for in full.  No partial payments will be accepted.

Patrons who do not return the items indicated on the bill and pay accrued fines, or pay in full the cost of replacement of the items within 44 days after the item(s) due date(s) will be cited by the City of West Bend Police Department for theft of library materials.  You will be issued a citation up to $691.00 plus restitution for all of the items listed.

Salsas – Cha, Cha, Cha on Tuesday, September 27 at 6 PM

Come to this Q and A session presented by UW-Extension volunteer master food preserver Annette Landvatter. The word salsa is the Spanish word for “sauce”. Home-produced salsas made entirely with fresh ingredients will be the hit of any get-together, so make sure to stop by for spicy tips!

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Changes in Overdrive Periodicals

Announcement from Overdrive Periodicals:

“We regret to announce that, effective October 1st, magazines will no longer be available in Wisconsin’s Digital Library.

In July, OverDrive terminated its partnership with Barnes and Noble, which provides NOOK Periodicals for Wisconsin’s Digital Library. The WPLC, the managing body for Wisconsin’s Digital Library, is exploring other potential digital magazine products to replace this valuable statewide service to library users. You may still have access to other digital magazines through another service; contact your local library to find out or visit them in person to read your favorite magazines in print.


We appreciate your patronage of Wisconsin’s Digital Library, and we are very sorry for this inconvenience.”