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Commercial activities barred at public libraries

By June Watanabe

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 20, 2013

~~<p>Question: I visit several different public libraries during the week after work and have noticed many tables with pairs of adults and young children, some are families doing homework and some are not. I was told by the library workers that many of the adults are tutors. Are they volunteer or salaried tutors? If paid, are people allowed to conduct their business in the library?</p>
<p>Answer: No.</p>
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Question: I visit several different public libraries during the week after work and have noticed many tables with pairs of adults and young children, some are families doing homework and some are not. I was told by the library workers that many of the adults are tutors. Are they volunteer or salaried tutors? If paid, are people allowed to conduct their business in the library?

Answer: No. Login for more...



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