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Trustees Code of Ethics

The Board of Trustees subscribes to the American Library Trustee Association Ethics Statement for Library Trustees: Trustees, in the capacity of trust granted them, shall observe ethical standards with absolute truth, integrity and honor. Trustees must avoid situations in which personal interests might be served or financial benefits gained at the expense of library users,… Read More

Unincorporated (Non) Residents

Some residents who live in unincorporated Glen Ellyn or in unincorporated towns other than Glen Ellyn who have a student attending school in District 41 or District 89 or at Glenbard South or Glenbard West may qualify for the Open Books Open Doors library card subsidy program. Individuals living outside the incorporated Village of Glen… Read More

Unincorporated Residents Residing on Tax-Exempt Property

Unincorporated residents living on tax-exempt property may apply for a library card by providing two forms of ID as stated above. The applicant will be charged a fee equal to the annual library tax extension divided by the number of households in the Village of Glen Ellyn counted in the most recent municipal census. Cards… Read More

Weeding

An up-to-date, attractive, and currently useful collection is maintained through a continual discarding and replacement process. Materials may be discarded when they have outlived their usefulness through one or more of the following factors. Physical deterioration Obsolete information Publication of superior materials on the same subject Lack of use Additional Weeding criteria are listed in… Read More

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