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Uintah County considers new library fees

Uintah County considers new library fees

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VERNAL, Utah (AP) -- Uintah County is considering charging nonresidents $30 to use its library beginning in 2010.

Library Director Sam Passey says the library has nearly 23,000 card holders, and about 2,200 of those are people who live outside the county.

Duchesne County represents the largest number of users outside the county with about 1,900.

Passey says the move would bring in an additional $26,000 if all of the out of county card holders paid the $30 fee.

Information from: Vernal Express

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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