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Food for Fines starts today at County libraries

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Starting today, you can clear your pesky library fines with a food donations at participating San Mateo County libraries.

The Food for Fines program will be offered at city, county and college libraries throughout San Mateo County through Dec. 31.

Donations of non-perishable food items at libraries listed below will come with the reward of waived fines (although not for lost or damaged items). All collected foods will be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank.

Foods must be in store-sealed cans, boxes or plastic containers within its expiration date, and no glass containers, perishable food or opened containers are allowed.

Participating libraries include:

REDWOOD CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Redwood City DowntownFair OaksSchabergRedwood Shores

BURLINGAME PUBLIC LIBRARY
BurlingameEaston

COLLEGE LIBRARIES
Canada CollegeCollege of San MateoSkyline College

DALY CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY
BayshoreJohn DalySerramonteWestlake

SAN BRUNO

SAN MATEO COUNTY LIBRARY
AthertonBelmontBrisbaneEast Palo AltoFoster CityHalf Moon BayMillbraePacifica SanchezPacifica Sharp ParkPortola ValleySan Carlos

SAN MATEO PUBLIC LIBRARY
San Mateo City Downtown MainHillsdaleMarina

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO LIBRARY
Main Library, Grand Avenue

For more information call 650-780-7020

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