Public Internet Access Policy
of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library
REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON LIBRARY,
Meeting held Thursday, January 21, 1999, 6:00 p.m.(EST).
RESOLVED, Members of the general public, who have library cards in
good standing(free of any fines or assessments for late or missing
library materials) with the Andrew Carnegie Free Library, or other
Allegheny County or ACCESS Pennsylvania libraries, can register to
use a Library computer. The Library staff will hold the Patron's
library card while the Patron uses the machine. The Patron must
observe all Library regulations, posted at the computer station. In
particular, electronic mail of any type, "chat rooms," and "bulletin
boards" are not to be used. Diskettes are not to be used in Library
computers. The Patron understands that the Library will enforce all
applicable Federal and State statutes. Waiver of any of these
regulations can only be granted by the Library Director or the
Library Director's appointed surrogate.
Approved, by a unanimous vote of the Board of Trustees of the Andrew
Carnegie Free Library, at the Special Meeting of the Board held
January 28, 1999.
January 28, 1999
Certified and Recorded,
Glenn A. Walsh
Secretary, Board of Trustees