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Jackson County Government Offices and 16th Circuit Court to Be Closed on Tuesday

Jackson County Government Offices and 16th Circuit Court to Be Closed on Tuesday

February 3, 2014

Due to inclement weather that is expected tothe area tomorrow, Jackson County Executive Mike Sanders and Presiding Judge Marco Roldan of the 16th Judicial Circuit have announced that Jackson County
Government offices as well as the 16th Judicial Circuit Court of Jackson County will both be closed to the public on Tuesday, February 4, 2014.

With heavy snow and hazardous travel conditions expected to set in beginning tomorrow morning, County Executive Sanders and Presiding Judge Roldan are urging citizens to stay in their homes and off of the roads.

County staff will continue to closely monitor weather conditions, but at this time, it is expected that county offices as well as the 16th Circuit Court will re-open for business on Wednesday, February 5.




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