Tuesday, November 26, 2002

Thanksgiving Day closings



Postal Service: No delivery
Library: Closed
Banks: Closed, except the Fifth Third Bank Terminal 3 Concourse B location in the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. That location will be open from 1-9 p.m. Thanksgiving Day, but to access the area the bank is in, a plane ticket is required since it is past security.
Trash collection
Cincinnati: One-day delay
Rumpke: Regular collection
CSI: Regular collection
Metro and TANK: Holiday schedule
Parking meters: No coins required
Courts: Closed
Government offices
Federal: Closed
City and county: Closed
State: Closed
Stock markets: Closed
Ohio E-Check: Closed
Northern Kentucky E-Check: Closed





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