HASBROUCK HEIGHTS/WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Both Wood-Ridge Memorial Library and the Hasbrouck Heights Free Public Library are again offering materials from Bergen County Cooperative Library System (BCCLS), in addition to items within their own library.
BCCLS re-started the loan system as of Monday, July 20, according to Mimi Hui, Director of Hasbrouck Heights Library, in her report during the Trustees meeting on Tuesday night. Patrons can now get books from any of the 77 BCCLS libraries in the consortium, and choose from over 12 million items.
"We're pretty happy about it- it gives us a lot more scope for our patrons to choose from," said Erin Hughes, Director, Wood-Ridge Memorial Library.
WRML re-opened its doors to the public, with limited capacity on Monday, July 6. It is also available to curbside pickup. Hasbrouck Heights Library remains closed but offers curbside pick up of books and other resources as well as its virtual summer programs, including the summer reading program for adults, children, and teens, curbside crafts, and online story time, among other activities.
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