SWLA closures for Easter in 2014 - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

SWLA closures for Easter in 2014

(Source: MGN Online) (Source: MGN Online)
SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA (KPLC) -

The following closures have been announced for the Easter holiday in Southwest Louisiana:

Calcasieu Parish:

Calcasieu Parish Public Library: All branches of the Calcasieu Parish Public Library will be closed April 18-20. Materials may be dropped off in the Book Drop boxes located at each branch. Items can be renewed online at www.calcasieulibrary.org by clicking on the My Account icon at the top of the page. Patrons can also renew items by calling 437-4153 or toll free at 1-800-240-0212. A library card number and PIN number will be needed for both.

Chennault International Airport Authority: Closed April 18.

City of Sulphur: Offices closed April 18. There will be no interruptions to residential garbage and waste pickup schedules.

City of Lake Charles: Offices closed April 18. There will be no trash pickup on Friday. Trash normally picked up on Friday will be picked up Saturday.

 

Lafayette Parish:

Allied Waste: regular routes will run on April 18. Excess waste from the Easter holiday will be picked up the following week. Excess waste must be bagged and placed on the ground at least three feet away from the automated cart.

Lafayette Consolidated Government: Offices closed April 18.

Lafayette Transit System: No service on April 18. Regular services will resume on April 19.

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