You can get a free library card, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be able to use the facility for free.
A new survey has found that more than half of the public library systems surveyed have policies banning patrons from using books and movies in public.
Fairfax County Library, which is owned by the state of Virginia, is the only public library that offers both a free and paid library card.
The library said it would offer its card free of charge to anyone who would like to use it for free, but its policy would only apply to books and films that are available at the library.
There are also several non-profit libraries that offer cards free of charges to patrons, but the rules vary.
Libraries have been trying to attract patrons in recent years, as more and more people use computers and tablets to access library materials.
“In the past, libraries were considered a destination for the general public to go to for books and supplies, and they have been an important part of the community,” a spokesperson for the Virginia Public Library told News24.
However, the spokesperson said the current policy of banning patrons is not the best way to get people to use libraries.
For instance, there are other ways to get patrons to use a library, like free events, movie nights, and social events.
Some people use their library card for a variety of reasons, including: they have it on them, it’s a gift, or it’s in their name