From the Bergen Record:
At first they thought the interruption of service was an April Fool\'s joke.
But eventually, the Bergen County Cooperative Library System (BCCLS) and other library systems in the state realized that the timing was merely a coincidence. The courier service that had been delivering hundreds of thousands of items a year between Bergen libraries alone really had shut down without warning.
For voracious readers and researchers, the loss of the courier service was a real blow . . . Since April 1, BCCLS and many local librarians have been working overtime to help retrieve more than 10,000 library books from the defunct company\'s distribution warehouses.