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Christmas closings

Christmas closings

These business and government offices will be closed Tuesday in observance of Christmas:

• Hernando County libraries, all branches (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Hernando County government offices (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• THE Bus and Trans-Hernando public transportation (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Supervisor of elections offices (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• U.S. Postal Service

• Local banks

• Hernando County Sheriff's Office (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Hernando County public schools (closed Monday through Jan. 7)

• Hernando County Recreation Department (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Hernando County Northwest Waste Management Facility, East Hernando Transfer Station, West Hernando Transfer Station

• Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Florida Department of Children and Families (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Pasco-Hernando Community College, all campuses (closed now through Jan. 1)

• Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Southwest Florida Water Management District (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Brooksville Police Department offices (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• Brooksville City Hall (closed Monday and Tuesday)

• City of Brooksville Sanitation Division: Monday pickups will be as regularly scheduled. Tuesday pickups will be on Dec. 26.

• Republic Services: There will be no Tuesday pickups, with pickups doubled up on Dec. 28.

Christmas closings 12/19/12 [Last modified: Wednesday, December 19, 2012 3:30am]
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