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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1998
Monday marks the celebration of Memorial Day, a day to honor and remember those who died in the nation's wars. CLOSED: All government offices, courts, banks, post offices, stock and commodity exchanges, libraries, schools and many businesses. MTA: Buses will follow Sunday schedules and Metrolink trains will be out of service. TRASH: City trash collection agencies will maintain regular pickup schedules.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 26, 2008
Today is Memorial Day. The following schedules are in effect: -- Schools: Public campuses are closed. -- Mail: No delivery; post offices are closed. -- Banks: Most are closed. -- Libraries: Most are closed. -- Public transit: MTA buses and Metro Rail lines operate on a Sunday schedule. Metrolink trains do not operate. -- Trash collection: The city of Los Angeles maintains regular pickup schedules. -- Government: City, county, state and federal offices and courts are closed.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 2002
Monday is the official celebration of Presidents Day. Here is a list of closings for the holiday: Mail: Post offices will be closed. No mail will be delivered. Banks: Most banks and savings and loan institutions will be closed. Courts: Closed. Schools: Closed. Government: All federal, state, county and municipal offices, except those providing emergency services, will be closed. Transportation: MTA buses and Metrolink will follow daily schedules.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 2002
Monday is the official celebration of Presidents Day. Here is a list of closings for the holiday: Mail: Post offices will be closed. No mail will be delivered. Banks: Most banks and savings and loan institutions will be closed. Courts: Closed. Schools: Closed. Government: All federal, state, county and municipal offices, except those providing emergency services, will be closed. Transportation: MTA buses and Metrolink will follow daily schedules.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 2000
Monday is the official observance of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. Here is a list of closings: Mail: All post offices will be closed and no mail will be delivered. Banks: Most banks and savings and loan institutions will be closed. Courts: All courts will be closed. Schools: Most public schools in Los Angeles County, including schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District, will be closed. Government: All federal, state, county and municipal offices, except those providing emergency services, will be closed.
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