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DECEMBER 18, 2008
Inactive Library cards to be removed Jan. 1
Jefferson County Public Library will be conducting a purge of non-active accounts on Jan. 1. If you have not used your Jefferson County Public Library card to check-out or place items on hold since 2005 or prior you will need to do so before the end of the year to keep your card active.

The Colorado State Library requires that all libraries remove inactive patron cards every three years.

Be sure to check out an item or place an item on hold before the end of the year if you think your card may be removed from the Library’s system.

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posted by Bethany

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DECEMBER 3, 2008
Search for upcoming books from JCPL's "For Book Lover's" page
Are you keeping an eye out for the next book from your favorite author? Are you looking for new titles on a particular topic? Perhaps you simply want to browse books being released in the next few months.

Jefferson County Public Library has added an easy way to search for upcoming books from our website. Just visit the "For Book Lovers" page and look for the search box for Barnes & Noble "Coming Soon" pages. You can search directly from JCPL's page, or click the "Coming Soon" link to browse the Barnes & Noble site. Once you have explored this and other resource on the "For Book Lovers" page, let us know what you think.

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posted by Patrick

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