Leave this item alone- it is here because the webpage forces us to have the first item “expanded.” This page makes more sense if all items are displayed closed, so I set it up so the first item is hidden. This one won’t display, but if you delete it or move it then whatever is in the first position will become invisible.
Note that I edited the .css to make the first accordion item invisible.
The following are rules and regulations of the Croghan Free Library, updated September 10, 2018.
The following are rules and regulations of the Croghan Free Library, effective May 5, 2014
The following are rules and regulations of the Croghan Free Library, effective March 3, 2014 1.
The freedom to read is a fundamental right of every American and must not be limited by the would-be censor. Every library should have as part of its adopted by-laws both the “LIBRARY BILL OF RIGHTS” and the “FREEDOM TO READ” statement. Should a censorship challenge lead to the open form of the media or the courts, it is essential that the library have these documents as an official integral part of their library policies. The North Country Library System stands ready to assist any library in the System area to fight to preserve the people’s freedom to read. The form, “Citizen’s Request for Reconsideration of Library Material” should be presented to any individual who asks or demands that a given book, periodical, or piece of library material be removed from the collection or restricted in its availability to the library’s patrons. Be sure that the complainant fills out the form as completely as possible. His/her signature at the bottom of the form is of particular importance.
Once you have received the completed form from the complainant, it is most important that you treat the individual with the utmost tact. Explain the principle of the freedom to read. In no way should the librarian assume that this should be a personal problem between the librarian and the patron. You should politely inform the patron that the form, the material in question and the whole situation will be brought to the attention of the Board of Trustees of your library. Next, please call the System Service Center to let your consultant, the Director, or the professional on duty know about the situation as soon as possible. The System will do everything it can to assist you in handling the complaint.