The Monterey Public Library has
been entrusted by gift, or bequest, or by other means of acquisition, with the
guardianship of various materials of a valuable and irreplaceable nature, and
these items are by their nature subject to damage by improper handling or loss.
The most appropriate methods of
safeguarding such materials are by special storage, and by the limiting of their
handling to designated members of the library staff.
The Library Director is
directed by the Board of Trustees to provide for the safekeeping of these
The Library Director shall
determine, according to his/her best judgment, and after consultation with the
professional staff, which materials among the library’s collection shall be
designated as requiring special handling, and to what extent access to such
materials shall be restricted to specified members of the library staff or
withdrawn from public accessibility as appropriate.
||April 23, 1986
|Drafted from Resolution No. 94
||April 28, 2010