COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) - Library officials say a teenage boy can return to Columbus-area libraries after he was banned for six months.
Kirsten Edwards, acting manager of the North Columbus Public Library, wrote in an Aug. 28 letter that 16-year-old Caleb Hanson
repeatedly asked patrons about their religious faith and offered
Library officials in late August banned the teen from the Chattahoochee Valley Regional Library System for six months and
blocked his library card.
Library system director Claudya Muller says Caleb's parents, who live in Alabama, need to set up an appointment with staff before their son seeks to return, as the August letter requests. Muller said Caleb can return to the libraries as long as he does not bother people using them.
Information from: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer,
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