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South Pinellas Memorial Day closings

GOVERNMENT CLOSINGS: Federal, state, county and city offices will be closed Monday. Federal, state and county courts will be closed Monday.

POST OFFICES: Will be closed.

BUSES: PSTA buses will operate on a holiday/Sunday schedule on Monday.

BANKS: Most banks will be closed Monday.

GARBAGE COLLECTION: St. Petersburg, Treasure Island and Largo's Monday trash routes will be collected on Tuesday, with Tuesday's collected on Wednesday. Residents of St. Pete Beach and Kenneth City are requested to place garbage on the curb early Monday for collection. Clearwater, Dunedin, Oldsmar, Safety Harbor and Tarpon Springs will follow normal schedule; Belleair and Largo's Monday trash routes will be collected on Tuesday, with Tuesday's collected on Wednesday.

SCHOOLS: St. Petersburg College, Uni­versity of South Florida St. Petersburg, Pinellas County public schools and Eckerd College will be closed.

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS: Great Explo­rations, Sunken Gardens, the Dalí Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg will be open.

South Pinellas Memorial Day closings 05/24/14 [Last modified: Saturday, May 24, 2014 10:24pm]
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