Calendar

Feb
1
Thu
Deadline to Receive Act 420 Reimbursement Payments
Feb 1 – Feb 28 all-day

As you know, Act 420 requires that by July 1, each public library which seeks reimbursement, to submit information to the County Clerk in the adjacent county about the amount of use by that county’s non-libraried residents and the cost of that use.  Based on this information, the adjacent county is required to pay at least 70% of the cost for the library service by March 1 in the next calendar year.

Did you receive your invoiced payments yet?

Jun
1
Fri
Submit Act 420 Reimbursement Requests Before July 1st!
Jun 1 – Jun 30 all-day

As you know, Act 420 requires that by July 1, each public library which seeks reimbursement, to submit information to the County Clerk in the adjacent county about the amount of use by that county’s non-libraried residents and the cost of that use.  Based on this information, the adjacent county is required to pay at least 70% of the cost for the library service by March 1 in the next calendar year.

You will receive full instructions from WVLS in an email.

Find more information on the WVLS Library Administration page in the resources on the right side.

Example

If you plan to request reimbursement from an adjacent county in 2017, you must provide the clerk of that county with the following information by July 1, 2017:

  • The number of circulations in 2016 from your library to the residents of that county, who live outside municipalities with libraries.
  • Your library’s total 2016
  • Your library’s total 2016 operating expenditures (excluding any expenditure paid with federal funds).
Oct
1
Mon
Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to tally statistics in October
Oct 1 – Oct 31 all-day
Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to tally statistics in October

Read the blog post “Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to Tally Statistics in October” from September 8, 2017.

Have you scheduled your library’s annual survey week this October to collect data for the annual report?

The annual report requires an annual count of reference transactions and all public computer uses. If your library does not keep an annual count of reference transactions and a count of all public internet computer uses, your library needs to schedule a survey week to “count transactions during a typical week.”

October is the month for tally week as established by Channel Weekly, the former online newsletter of the Wisconsin Division for Libraries and Technology.

Feb
1
Fri
Deadline to Receive Act 420 Reimbursement Payments
Feb 1 – Feb 28 all-day

As you know, Act 420 requires that by July 1, each public library which seeks reimbursement, to submit information to the County Clerk in the adjacent county about the amount of use by that county’s non-libraried residents and the cost of that use.  Based on this information, the adjacent county is required to pay at least 70% of the cost for the library service by March 1 in the next calendar year.

Did you receive your invoiced payments yet?

Jun
1
Sat
Submit Act 420 Reimbursement Requests Before July 1st!
Jun 1 – Jun 30 all-day

As you know, Act 420 requires that by July 1, each public library which seeks reimbursement, to submit information to the County Clerk in the adjacent county about the amount of use by that county’s non-libraried residents and the cost of that use.  Based on this information, the adjacent county is required to pay at least 70% of the cost for the library service by March 1 in the next calendar year.

You will receive full instructions from WVLS in an email.

Find more information on the WVLS Library Administration page in the resources on the right side.

Example

If you plan to request reimbursement from an adjacent county in 2017, you must provide the clerk of that county with the following information by July 1, 2017:

  • The number of circulations in 2016 from your library to the residents of that county, who live outside municipalities with libraries.
  • Your library’s total 2016
  • Your library’s total 2016 operating expenditures (excluding any expenditure paid with federal funds).
Oct
1
Tue
Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to tally statistics in October
Oct 1 – Oct 31 all-day
Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to tally statistics in October

Read the blog post “Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to Tally Statistics in October” from September 8, 2017.

Have you scheduled your library’s annual survey week this October to collect data for the annual report?

The annual report requires an annual count of reference transactions and all public computer uses. If your library does not keep an annual count of reference transactions and a count of all public internet computer uses, your library needs to schedule a survey week to “count transactions during a typical week.”

October is the month for tally week as established by Channel Weekly, the former online newsletter of the Wisconsin Division for Libraries and Technology.

Feb
1
Sat
Deadline to Receive Act 420 Reimbursement Payments
Feb 1 – Feb 28 all-day

As you know, Act 420 requires that by July 1, each public library which seeks reimbursement, to submit information to the County Clerk in the adjacent county about the amount of use by that county’s non-libraried residents and the cost of that use.  Based on this information, the adjacent county is required to pay at least 70% of the cost for the library service by March 1 in the next calendar year.

Did you receive your invoiced payments yet?

Jun
1
Mon
Submit Act 420 Reimbursement Requests Before July 1st!
Jun 1 – Jun 30 all-day

As you know, Act 420 requires that by July 1, each public library which seeks reimbursement, to submit information to the County Clerk in the adjacent county about the amount of use by that county’s non-libraried residents and the cost of that use.  Based on this information, the adjacent county is required to pay at least 70% of the cost for the library service by March 1 in the next calendar year.

You will receive full instructions from WVLS in an email.

Find more information on the WVLS Library Administration page in the resources on the right side.

Example

If you plan to request reimbursement from an adjacent county in 2017, you must provide the clerk of that county with the following information by July 1, 2017:

  • The number of circulations in 2016 from your library to the residents of that county, who live outside municipalities with libraries.
  • Your library’s total 2016
  • Your library’s total 2016 operating expenditures (excluding any expenditure paid with federal funds).
Oct
1
Thu
Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to tally statistics in October
Oct 1 – Oct 31 all-day
Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to tally statistics in October

Read the blog post “Tally Week! Schedule a “Typical Week” to Tally Statistics in October” from September 8, 2017.

Have you scheduled your library’s annual survey week this October to collect data for the annual report?

The annual report requires an annual count of reference transactions and all public computer uses. If your library does not keep an annual count of reference transactions and a count of all public internet computer uses, your library needs to schedule a survey week to “count transactions during a typical week.”

October is the month for tally week as established by Channel Weekly, the former online newsletter of the Wisconsin Division for Libraries and Technology.

Feb
1
Mon
Deadline to Receive Act 420 Reimbursement Payments
Feb 1 – Feb 28 all-day

As you know, Act 420 requires that by July 1, each public library which seeks reimbursement, to submit information to the County Clerk in the adjacent county about the amount of use by that county’s non-libraried residents and the cost of that use.  Based on this information, the adjacent county is required to pay at least 70% of the cost for the library service by March 1 in the next calendar year.

Did you receive your invoiced payments yet?

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