Local Government Schedule Changes for Columbus Day Oct. 11

By somd.com Staff Writers

CALLAWAY, Md. (October 8, 2010)—Local governments announced the following schedule changes in observance of the Columbus Day holiday this coming Monday, October 11.


The offices of Charles County Government and the Tri-County Animal Shelter in Hughesville will be closed on Monday, October 11, 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 announced that county offices will be closed on Monday, October 11. County offices will reopen Tuesday, October 12, for regular hours.

The county senior centers will be closed on Columbus Day but Meals on Wheels will distribute home-delivered meals. Calvert Libraries will be closed Monday, October 11.

There will be no public transportation service on October 11 and service will resume on Tuesday, October 12.

The Appeal Landfill and all customer convenience centers will be open for regular hours on Columbus Day.


County government offices will be closed on Monday, October 11. Offices will reopen on Tuesday, October 12.

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 11.

All Senior Activity Centers, Nutrition Sites and the three St. Mary's County Libraries will be closed on Columbus Day. There will also be no Meals on Wheels delivery.


There is NO MARC Train or Commuter Bus Service on Monday, October 11.

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