Memorial Day holiday closings

 

As a tribute to those who lost their lives for this country, a number of offices and businesses will be closing their doors on Monday, May 27.

In observance of Memorial Day, city, county, state and federal offices will be closed.

For specific information on holiday closings, refer to the advertisements found elsewhere in this issue of the Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post.

Government

•Federal offices: Closed.

•State offices: Closed.

•County offices: Closed.

•City offices: Closed.

Postal Service

•Closed. There will be no delivery on city, rural or highway contract routes on Monday. The post office windows will be closed and no lockbox service will be provided.

Garbage, Recycling

•Trash collection: Regular trash collection schedules will be observed on Monday.

•Recycling Center and Landfill: The Recycling Center and Solid Waste Facility will be closed Monday.

Before Monday’s holiday, both facilities will be open for business as usual on Saturday.

Financial Institutions

•For information on specific financial institutions and lending firms, refer to the advertisements found elsewhere in this issue of the Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post.

Newspaper

•The Fredericksburg Standard-Radio Post will be closed on Monday.

The newspaper will be published as usual on Wednesday, May 29.

However, because of the holiday, a change has been announced in the advertising deadlines for the newspaper.

Real estate and display advertising deadlines have been moved to Friday at 4 p.m. while the deadline for submitting a classified ad is 9 a.m. on Tuesday.

Persons with news items for next week’s paper are asked to submit them by Friday, if possible, to insure publication.

Schools

•The Fredericksburg Independent School District will have a holiday on Monday.

•Students in the Doss Common Consolidated School District, Ambleside School, St. Mary’s School and Heritage School will also have a holiday on Monday.

•The Harper Independent School District will have class on Monday.

•Classes end this week for students at the Fredericksburg Christian School.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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