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Future Fees/Fines: Add option to get Actual Cost for lost item from order

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      As part of the MVP, the Lost Item Fee Policy has two options for charging a patron for a lost item. We can charge a set amount or actual amount. The actual amount is found manually. This could be a third option, where the actual amount comes from the order. Some may think this could replace the current manual actual cost option, but I can think of reasons why you wouldn't want to just automatically charge the patron the order price. Also, not every item in the library will have an order price. Some are too old. Also, some items may cost more or less to replace now. The RA SIG will need to discuss this thoroughly. We are busy with the MVP right now so I have added this as a placeholder for future discussion.

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              hollyolepm Holly Mistlebauer
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              hollyolepm Holly Mistlebauer
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