Policies

Library Mission Statement

Annual Reports: 2005-06, 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09

Acceptable Use Policy

Circulation Policy

Collection Development Policy

Copyright

Gifts Policy

Gifts to the Library, whether print or non-print, are evaluated and then accepted or rejected by the Librarian in accordance with our collection development policy.

The Library does not provide cash (price) valuations except in the case of new items where prices are easily determined and are unambiguous. Valuation for income tax purposes for all other items is the responsibility of the donor.

State of Hawai'i Ruling 90-30 Uniform Information Practice Act October 23, 1990

Ruling 90-30
Uniform Information Practice Act
October 23, 1990
The State of Hawai‘i, Department of the Attorney General, Office of Information Practices states: The fact that a person owes or has paid a fine to the Library is NOT confidential information. Information regarding what material is used will continue to be private, however the disclosure of information regarding Library fines would not result in an unwarranted invasion of personal privacy. Public interest in this information outweighs the privacy interest of the individual. The Library will comply with this ruling by releasing names of individuals owing fines and fees to the Library and the amount to the best capability of our automated systems.

 

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