Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday closings list

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The following closings have been announced for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday:

AIKEN COUNTY

• Aiken city offices, county offices, county schools closed Monday

• County landfill and drop-off centers closed Monday

• Aiken garbage/recycling closed Monday; routes delayed one day

• North Augusta city offices closed Monday

• North Augusta city garbage closed Monday; residential routes delayed one day

BURKE COUNTY

• County landfill, county offices closed Monday

• County schools closed Monday

• Waynesboro city offices closed Monday

COLUMBIA COUNTY

• County offices, schools, tax assessor, tax commissioner closed Monday

EDGEFIELD COUNTY

• Edgefield city offices open Monday

• Edgefield county offices, schools closed Monday

• Johnston city offices closed Monday

• Trenton city offices closed Monday

MCDUFFIE COUNTY

• County landfill, offices, schools closed Monday

• Thomson city offices closed Monday

RICHMOND COUNTY

• Augusta Public Transit, Richmond Transit, ADA Paratransit, no service Monday

• Augusta-Richmond County offices, schools closed Monday

• No change in residential garbage service

• Tax commissioner, county tag offices closed Monday; Lumpkin
Road tag office open today

COLLEGES

• Aiken Technical College, Augusta State
University, Augusta Technical College, Georgia Health Sciences University, Georgia Military College, University of South Carolina Aiken, closed Monday

OTHER

• Aiken-Bamberg-Barnwell-Edgefield Regional Library System, all branches closed and no bookmobile Monday

• East Central Georgia Regional Library System closed Monday

• Federal offices, closed Monday

• Financial institutions closed Monday

• Fort Gordon offices closed Monday

• Georgia state offices closed Monday

• Georgia Department of Drivers Services closed today and Monday

• South Carolina state offices, closed Monday

• U.S. Postal Service, offices closed Monday; only Express Mail delivered

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Willow Bailey 01/12/12 - 05:50 pm
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Great, I'm celebrating...

Great, I'm celebrating... going to stay in my pj's and talk to LL, River, and Seenit all day.

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