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Closings and delays due to Tropical Storm Irma

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Below is a list of city, school, and business closings due to the inclement weather from Hurricane Irma.

GEORGIA

Schools

  • Taliaferro County: Staff will report to work Friday, Sept. 15. Students will resume their normal schedule on Monday, Sept. 18.

City and Business

  • The City of Augusta garbage pickup will be delayed by a day, every day this week. Residents are encouraged to secure the bins from possibly blowing away in the wind.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Schools

City and Business

  • The animal shelter at the fairgrounds remains open, as well as the horse shelter at the Hippodrome.
  • The City of Aiken will be delaying Solid Waste Pickup and all pickups will be delayed by a day. Residents are encouraged to secure the bins from possibly blowing away in the wind.

COLLEGES

  • Georgia Southern University will remain closed until Monday, Sept. 18. Herty Advanced Materials Development Center will open on Thursday, Sept. 14 and events, move-in, and the Coastal Georgia Center will all resume Friday, Sept. 15.

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