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Columbus Day closures announced

By From page A6 | October 11, 2013

Some offices throughout El Dorado County will be closed, Monday, Oct. 14, for Columbus Day, a state and federal holiday. Here’s a look at what local residents may expect:

Schools in El Dorado County will be open on Oct. 14.

The offices of the police and fire departments will be open on Oct. 14.

All branches of the post office will be closed on Monday, Oct. 14. There will be no mail delivery.

El Dorado Transit buses will run on a limited schedule on Oct. 14 which will include the local Saturday Express in Placerville and Pollock Pines, the Sacramento Commuter Routes No. 4 a.m./p.m. and No. 6 a.m./p.m. with service to all Park-and-Rides facilities, and there is limited Dial-a Ride. The transit office will be closed.

All Placerville city offices will be open on Oct. 14.

County offices will be open for the holiday but all branches of the county library will be closed because it is Monday.

County courts will be closed.

El Dorado Disposal Service reports that trash pickup will continue as regularly scheduled.

El Dorado Irrigation District offices will be closed in observance of Columbus Day.

Banks will be closed for the holiday. However, some banks have branches in local supermarkets, and these may remain open. Check with your branch.

The offices of the Mountain Democrat will be open for the holiday. A paper will be published. Subscribers who receive their newspaper by mail will receive it one day later when mail service resumes.

Wendy Schultz

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