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Clarence Valley’s mobile library going nowhere

MECHANICAL problems have forced the Clarence Valley's mobile library off the road for about two weeks.

Clarence Valley Council general manager Scott Greensill said regular mobile library borrowers need not worry about unexpected fines because all loans due in the next fortnight will be automatically renewed.

"We apologise for any inconvenience this disruption causes," he said.

Any reserved items that are ready for collection can be picked up from the Sir Earle Page Library and Education Centre in Grafton.

Borrowers will get notifications by email, SMS or post as usual but may pick up from the Grafton branch.

As always, items can be borrowed or returned at any Clarence Regional Library including Grafton, Maclean, Yamba and Iluka libraries.

Borrowers can check for updates on the resumption of service via the Clarence Regional Library website and Facebook.

Villages and schools affected include; Baryulgil, Coaldale, Copmanhurst, Coutts Crossing, Cowper, Eatonsville, Lawrence, Nymboida, South Grafton, Swan Creek, Tucabia, Ulmarra, Waterview Heights, Brooms Head, Glenreagh, Gulmarrad, Halfway Creek, Lanitza, Minnie Water, Townsend and Wooli.

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