Library to apply for waiver.
1 Residential city (1990 pop. 78,118), Orange co., S Calif.; founded 1870 as a temperance colony for Presbyterians, inc. 1957. It has several industrial parks. A U.S. naval weapons station and Los Alamitos Naval Air Base are nearby. - The Forbush Memorial Library will have to apply for a waiver The voluntary surrender of a known right; conduct supporting an inference that a particular right has been relinquished.
The term waiver is used in many legal contexts. from the state to receive state certification and funding.
The state has three requirements for library certification. A library must be open for a certain number of hours, spend 19 percent of its budget on new acquisitions, and increase its budget by 2.5 percent each year. Westminster's library exceeds the first two requirements, but is not increasing its budget in fiscal 2012. It has done this for the past two years and received waivers both times.
Library officials expect to receive a waiver again, as the state has increased the number of waivers they are giving because of the economy. However, if the state does not grant a waiver, that could result in a loss of state aid and denial denial, in psychology, an ego defense mechanism that operates unconsciously to resolve emotional conflict, and to allay anxiety by refusing to perceive the more unpleasant aspects of external reality. of access to inter-library loans.