Today's delays and closings

From Staff Reports

The Daily Advance

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Here is the most current list of closings:

Education • Elizabeth City-Pasquotank Public Schools, Camden County Schools, Currituck County Schools, Perquimans County Schools and Edenton-Chowan Schools are closed today. Saturday will be a make-up day for Perquimans students and staff if road conditions improve. Albemarle School and Preschool also are closed and today’s basketball game also is postponed.

Elizabeth City State University will not hold classes today, but ECSU officials said the cafeteria staff at Bedell Hall will serve brunch from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and dinner from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. The Checkers diner is closed.

ECSU officials advise staff and students to check www.ecsu.edu, radio station WRVS 89.9, the ECSU alert system and the ECSU information line at 335-3400 for further updates.

All College of The Albemarle campuses are closed today. Mid-Atlantic Christian University also is closed today, but MACU’s dining hall staff will serve brunch and supper.

Government • The offices of Elizabeth City, Pasquotank County, Camden County, Perquimans County and the town of Hertford are closed today.

Currituck County officials, who had originally planned to open county offices on a two-hour delay today, later decided to close the county offices for the whole day.

The town of Edenton and Chowan County each are scheduled to open their offices at 10 a.m. today, on a two-hour delay.

• Courts • Pasquotank District Criminal Court and Camden Civil Court are cancelled today.

Other • The Albemarle Electric Membership Corp. membership forum, which was scheduled for today, has been postponed.

Update 11 A.M. The Currituck Transfer Station will close at noon today, as access to the Bertie Landfill has not been cleared at this time.
 
All Currituck Recycling Centers, with the exception of Gibbs Woods, are open until 5 p.m. The Recycling Center at Gibbs Woods is closed.
 
Reminder:  Currituck County Government offices are closed today.
 

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