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Marion County Judge/Executive John G. Mattingly announced that local government offices will have changes from their regular hours to allow employees to attend Good Friday services if they desire.
The Marion County Road Department will run a short work schedule on Friday, April 18, and the department will close as soon as the Friday trash collection routes are finished. Mattingly noted that sanitation crews may be running sooner than usual on Friday, so residents on those routes may want to put their trash out earlier than usual that day.
Also, because the state AVIS system will shut down at noon on Friday, county offices in the David R. Hourigan Building will close at noon on Friday, April 18.
The county clerk’s office, the county judge executive’s office, the PVA office and the sheriff’s office all will be closed on Saturday, April 19. Sheriff’s deputies will respond to calls on Saturday, but they will be routed through the Lebanon Police Dispatch at (270) 692-2121.
County offices will reopen Monday, April 21.
The Marion Circuit Clerk’s Office will close at noon on Friday.
The Marion County Public Library will be closed Friday, but it will be open Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.