An updated agreement for all those involved with the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library is taking shape.
Monday afternoon, the JMRL Board of Directors got an update on the progress. JMRL Director John Halliday says the plan hasn't been updated since 1991.
Potential changes could include an out-of-area fee and an annual library card fee for people living in surrounding counties.
"A lot of it is just updates because libraries, like everything else, [have] changed a lot in the past 20 years," Halliday said.
There's no timeline on getting the agreement done, but we're told a draft should be ready after another set of meetings. All jurisdictions will have to sign off on the final plan.
A series of town hall-style meetings for Charlottesville's neighborhoods will continue on May 23 with a meeting for residents of the Martha Jefferson and Little High neighborhoods.