Offices, businesses plan holiday closings
By The Herald Staff | 8/31/2012
The Labor Day holiday has changed several local agencies’ and businesses’ hours of operations Monday.
The Ottawa City Commission will not have its Monday study session. The group’s next regular meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the City Hall’s commission chambers, 101 S. Hickory St., Ottawa.
The Franklin County Board of Commissioners will not have a study session on Monday. The board’s next regular meeting is set for 8:30 a.m. Wednesday in commission chambers at the Franklin County Office Annex, 1428 S. Main St., Ottawa.
In addition, all county and city offices will be closed Monday for the holiday.
Other area agencies planning to be closed Monday include the East Central Kansas Area Agency on Aging, 132 S. Main St.; the Ottawa Area Chamber of Commerce, 109 E. Second St.; and the U.S. Post Office, 401 S. Hickory St. The postal service also will not be delivering the mail that day. The agencies and offices all plan to re-open for their respective regular hours Tuesday.
The Ottawa Community Recreation Center/Goppert Building, 705 W. 15th St., also will be closed Monday, opening at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. The Ottawa Library, 101 S. Hickory St., as well as The Friends of the Library, 209 E. Second St., also will be closed Monday, but will be open at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
The Mid-America Nutrition Program will not be delivering meals for the Meals on Wheels program Monday. The meal sites also will be closed. Meal delivery and at the sites are expected to resume Tuesday.
The Ottawa Herald, 104 S. Cedar St., will be closed Monday. A paper will not be published, as usual for Mondays. The Herald’s regular business hours will resume 8 a.m. Tuesday.