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February 18, 2015

Back to normal for city, county offices; schools remain closed

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Montgomery County Government Offices will resume normal business operations tomorrow, Thursday, February 19. If employees have travel concerns, they need to contact their supervisor.

Due to continued concern about road conditions, especially on side streets and some residential areas, City of Clarksville offices will open one hour late on Thursday, February 19, 2015. City offices will open at 9:00 a.m.

All City employees are encouraged to use their discretion about traveling and should communicate with their Department Heads if they have questions or concerns. All public safety personnel should report as scheduled.

If there are additional changes to the schedule, you will be notified immediately.

All CMCSS schools will remain closed Thursday and Friday due to hazardous roads and extreme cold.

Austin Peay State University will be closed Thursday, Feb. 19 due to hazardous conditions caused by inclement weather. This includes Fort Campbell and Springfield campuses. All day and evening classes and activities are cancelled Thursday, Feb. 19.

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