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In order to obtain a library card, you must currently be a resident of an area supporting a library within the Lakeland Library Cooperative. The requirements for children and adults are listed below:
Adults: Adults may obtain a library card if they present a valid Michigan Driver's License or Michigan ID displaying their current address. Students aged 16 or older possessing a Michigan Driver's License may register for a library card as an adult.
Children: Children must be at least 6 years of age to obtain a library card and the parent or legal guardian of the child must have a valid Michigan Driver's License or Michigan ID with a current address. The parent or guardian must be present to sign for the library card.
Non-residents: Non-residents may obtain a library card with a current Michigan Driver's license or Michigan ID. The fee for a non-resident is $50.00 per year (cash or check only). These non-resident cards are only valid through the Howard Miller Public Library.
Donations to the library are valid Federal Income Tax Deduction. However, please note the following points:1. A form will serve as a receipt signed by library staff for donation.2. The library cannot assume responsibility for valuing gifts.3. In the event of a tax audit, the burden of proof for the claimed value of the donation rests with the donor.
After the Initial Inspection, the property owner is given at least thirty days to make all of the required corrections prior to the Re-Inspection. Once all of the corrections have been made, and all of the documentation and fees have been submitted, a Rental Certificate of Compliance may be issued to you.