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We offer our patrons Interlibrary Loan service, made available through a generous agreement with the Seaside Public Library.
Through ILL, our patrons have access to materials from libraries all over the United States, as well as access to over 100,00 materials through the consortium of libraries that includes the Seaside Public Library, Astoria Public Library, and Warrenton Community Library.
Patrons may make up to two ILL requests per month. Requests for the week will be picked up on Wednesdays; remember that requests from libraries across the country may take several weeks to arrive. To ensure continued access to this service, we ask that materials be returned promptly and that requests for extensions/renewals be made at least three days in advance. Repeated failure to renew or return materials on time may result in ILL privileges being revoked.
Materials on loan through ILL must be returned to the Cannon Beach Library.
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