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Meeting rooms:
The Livingston County Library provides meeting rooms to persons or groups which are non-profit. All meetings must be open to the general public. A deposit of $25 may be required and will be refunded if there is no damage to the room and it is returned to its previous condition.

Fax Service:
Faxes may be sent for 50¢ per page.

Copier Service:
Copies can be made at a cost of 15¢ a copy, per side, for black and white and 50¢ a copy, per side, for color.

Notary Service:
We offer notary services generally from 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday. Notary service costs $1 per signature per session. Please call ahead for availability.

Public Access Computers:
The Library has public access computers available that are Internet accessible and contain word processing and other common applications. Several computers are available for 15-minute use only. If a computer is needed longer than that, the Library has computers that can be used up to 1 hour per day by valid library card holders. Use of the computers requires following the Librarys Acceptable Use Policy. A violation of this policy may result in loss of Library privileges.

Printing from public access computers is available. The charge for printing is 15¢ a copy, per side, for black and white prints and 50¢ a copy, per side, for color prints. We now offer laptop/home printing through the ePrintIT app.

For Sale:
The Library has available for sale to patrons: earphones, and USB (or thumb) drives.

Book Groups:
The Library hosts a noon book group that meets the second Monday of each month at noon in the Ruddy Smithson Room. Copies of the books to be discussed are available at the Library. For more information please call the Library at 660-646-0547.

Through cooperation with the Mid-Continent Library, multiple copies of many titles are available for book groups to use. If you would like to start a book group with friends or through your church or other organization, contact us at 660-646-0547 for information on how to get books.

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