Annie Brooker, left, and Jessica Raivo, customer service specialists at the Sequim Library, check in books and movies recently returned or transferred to the branch. Effective Sept. 1, library staff stop late fines and fees for patrons to promote accessibility. Brooker said people shouldn’t be ashamed because staff often have late fees or fines because they see all the materials coming in and something new always catches their interest. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

Annie Brooker, left, and Jessica Raivo, customer service specialists at the Sequim Library, check in books and movies recently returned or transferred to the branch. Effective Sept. 1, library staff stop late fines and fees for patrons to promote accessibility. Brooker said people shouldn’t be ashamed because staff often have late fees or fines because they see all the materials coming in and something new always catches their interest. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

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