Answered By: Lauren Stara
Last Updated: Nov 21, 2016     Views: 12

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As you plan for temporary quarters, it is realistic to assume that your temporary space will not accommodate your entire collection and that some or much of it may have to go into storage. There are no guidelines as to what should go into storage or how much, you will want to use your knowledge of borrowing patterns prioritize and make decisions about what will make and available and what you store. One thing that is important to remember is that even while in temporary quarters the library must continue to qualify for state aid. Liz Babbitt, MBLC’s State Aid Specialist, can answer questions about fulfilling state aid requirements.


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