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The Beverly Beverly public public library library has has joined joined a a number number of of other other libraries libraries around around the the country country no no longer longer charging charging fives fives for for overdue overdue materials materials the the director director of of the the Beverly Beverly public public library library and and a a leading leading stepsister stepsister new policy kicked in on February first and came as a result of research they did concerning the long standing practice of libraries to find people for overdue materials having finds just penalizes people it sends a negative message about what the library is about and we're not about that were a welcoming place and so we're happy to say that we will not be charging fines anymore but that doesn't mean it's hoarding free for all if you have a book CD or whatever that's overdue by six weeks or more you can't check anything out to you bring the stuff back