— How can you get into a Kentucky public library and not have to go through a paper application process?
That’s the question that many Kentucky library patrons have asked.
But while the answer may be simple, getting a library license requires a lot of work, including having to pay a $30 application fee, a library board member said.
The library system in Kentucky is working on a plan to get more people online, but it is not yet up to the task of getting people through the application process.
In a statement, the Kentucky Public Library Board said it is currently developing an online library application process that will be up to 90% complete by the end of 2018.
The board says people who are interested in applying for a library program, however, must first apply for a license.
It will be available online and will be made available to all library users.
The Kentucky Public Libraries website has information about applying for library licenses.
The first hurdle for library users is finding the library, which has offices in Jackson, Kentucky; Lafayette, Kentucky, and Louisville, Kentucky.
You can also find information about other state libraries at www.kpl.org.
The boards office said it will send out notices in the coming weeks about the process for those who apply for library programs, and for the general public.
The announcement comes just days after the U.S. Department of Justice and the U