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July 2, 2013

Organizations announce closings for July 4

GREENVILLE — Many people will get at least one day off toward the end of the work week to celebrate Independence Day, as government offices will be closed for July 4.

All federal, State of Texas, Hunt County and City of Greenville offices will be closed Thursday, including the Ja-Lu Park Municipal Swimming Pool and the W. Walworth Harrison Public LIbrary.

Hunt County offices and the Ja-Lu Pool will also be closed Friday of this week.

IESI will not collect residential garbage or recycling on Thursday. Thursday commercial roll-off customers will receive collection on Friday and Friday commercial roll-off customers will receive collection on Saturday.Garbage collection for Thursday customers will be collected on the next regularly scheduled day. Thursday residential recycling collection will be collected on Friday, and Friday residential recycling collection will be collected on Saturday. For more information, contact IESI at 903-450-8282.

The offices of Senior Center Resources and Public Transit will be closed, as will the administration offices of the Greenville Independent School District.

Post offices will be closed and there will be no mail delivery.

Most banks will be closed for the federal holiday.

The business offices of the Herald-Banner will also be closed Thursday.

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