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Holiday closings, week of Dec. 22 and beyond

Christmas closings

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

• Hernando County libraries, all branches

• Hernando County government offices

• The BUS and Trans-Hernando public transportation

• Supervisor of elections officers

• U.S. Postal Service (closed Wednesday only)

• Local banks (closed Wednesday only)

• Hernando County Sheriff's Office

• Hernando County public schools (closed through Jan. 6)

• Hernando County Recreation Department

• Hernando County Northwest Waste Management Facility, East Hernando Transfer Station, West Hernando Transfer Station (closed Wednesday only)

• Greater Hernando County Chamber of Commerce

• Florida Department of Children and Families (closed Wednesday only)

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

• Withlacoochee River Electric Cooperative

• Southwest Florida Water Management District (closed Wednesday only)

• Brooksville Police Department

• Brooksville City Hall

• City of Brooksville Sanitation Division: Tuesday pickups will be as regularly scheduled. Wednesday dumpster pickups will be on Thursday.

• Republic Services: There will be no trash, yard waste or recycling pickups on Wednesday. Trash will be picked up on the next regularly scheduled service date. Yard waste and recycling will be picked up on Jan. 8.

Holiday closings, week of Dec. 22 and beyond 12/19/13 [Last modified: Thursday, December 19, 2013 4:28pm]
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