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Government and business office closings for Fourth of July

INDEPENDENCE DAY CLOSURES

These business and government offices will be closed Wednesday in observance of Independence Day:

• Hernando County libraries, all branches

• Hernando County government offices

• THE Bus and Trans-Hernando public transportation

• Supervisor of elections offices

• U.S. Postal Service

• Local banks

• Hernando County Sheriff's Office

• Hernando County public schools

• Hernando County Recreation Department

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

• Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce

• Florida Department of Children and Families

• Pasco-Hernando Community College, all campuses

• Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative

• Southwest Florida Water Management District

• Brooksville Police Department offices

• Brooksville City Hall

• City of Brooksville Sanitation Division: There will be no recycling pickups Wednesday. Recycling dates for the month will be July 11, 18 and 25. Wednesday's commercial pickups will be made on Thursday. There will be no changes to the week's residential garbage pickup schedule.

• Republic Services: There will be no pickups on Wednesday; collection will resume on customers' next regularly scheduled collection day. Yard waste normally collected on Wednesday will be collected on Thursday. Also, recycling pickups, which had been suspended because of Tropical Storm Debby, will resume Monday.

Government and business office closings for Fourth of July 06/29/12 [Last modified: Friday, June 29, 2012 3:29pm]
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