CARLISLE — The video rental chain store is vanishing, but Bosler Memorial Library is working to make it easier for residents to rent DVDs of recently released movies instead of joining a waiting list.
Cate Mellen, the library’s adult programming coordinator, said people can now rent new, popular DVDs for three days for $2. If a patron keeps the DVD longer than the three-day period, the person will be fined $2 each day it’s late — the same penalty for borrowing other DVDs.
The program, called Fast Track Films, started in March, but wasn’t publicized until the end of the month because Mellen said they wanted to ensure the system worked.
Read the article at: Sentinel, April 10, 2014