Local Government Closings for Columbus Day - Southern Maryland Headline News

Local Government Closings for Columbus Day

SOUTHERN MARYLAND (Oct. 6, 2009)—Local governments in the tri-county area have announced closings for the upcoming Columbus Day holiday on Monday, Oct. 12.


The offices of Charles County Government and the Tri-County Animal Shelter in Hughesville, Md., will be closed on Monday, October 12, in observance of the Columbus Day holiday.

Curbside recycling service, yard waste collection, and the operation of the County landfill, recycling centers, and composting facility will not be affected.


The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners announces the following office and facility closures for the Columbus Day weekend:

-- All Calvert County government offices will be closed Monday, October 12 in observance of Columbus Day.

-- The Calvert Pines, Southern Pines, and North Beach senior centers will be closed Saturday, October 10, and reopen Tuesday, October 13. Meals on Wheels, Inc. will deliver meals on Monday, October 12.

-- All Calvert County libraries will be closed Saturday, October 10, through Monday, October 12.

-- Calvert County bus service will run on the regular schedule Saturday, October 10. There will be no bus service on Monday, October 12.

-- All Customer Convenience Centers and the Appeal Landfill sites will be open on Monday, October 12 for regular hours.


The Solid Waste/Recycling Program, Landfill, six convenience centers and the St. Mary's Transit System (STS) will be operating normal business hours on Monday, October 12.

All Senior Activity Centers and the Vivian Ripple Adult Day Program and the three St. Mary's County Libraries will be closed on Columbus Day, Monday, October 12, and there will also be no Meals On Wheels delivery.


There is NO Commuter Bus Services on Monday, October 12, Columbus day.

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