Princeton Public Library increase nonresident card fee
PRINCETON — Every year the Illinois State Library (ISL) requires Princeton Public Library and all other public libraries to report if they offer cards to non-residential members, how much they charge and how they calculate the amount. Princeton Public Library’s response for 2013-2014 year is due Thursday. Most libraries, including Princeton Public Library, opt to offer non-resident card service to people living outside of the city limits. Whether someone is inside or outside of the city (that is “resident” or “nonresident”) depends on if that person pays taxes to the city of Princeton. The ISL maintains that non-resident patrons must apply for the card at their nearest library.