MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Public Library has closed for two weeks.

In an emailed message, library director Allan Kleiman and board director Thomas Mazzaccaro wrote: "Due to the rapidly evolving situation regarding the COVID-19 virus, the Board of Trustees has decided to close the Montville Township Public Library at 7 p.m., Monday, March 16, through Sunday, March 29, with a tentative reopening date of Monday, March 30. This decision was made in consultation with municipal officials and in consideration of the well-being of our staff and community.

“While the library is closed, fees and fines will be waived. The library’s book drops will be open Monday to Friday and closed on weekends; however it is not necessary that you return items while we are closed.

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“If your card is due to expire during the closure, the expiration date will be extended so that everyone is able to use the library's online resources, streaming services, electronic books, and electronic audio books.

“While the building is closed, library cardholders can still access a broad range of digital resources including e-books, audio books, movies, tutorials and research tools through the library’s website.

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