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State Employees To Report Monday Unless Workplaces Are Closed

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Governor Malloy says all state employees should report to work Monday — except in some specific cases.

 

The statement from the governor’s office says non-essential state employees are expected to report to work on schedule– unless the buildings where they work are closed. The list is subject to change, but no workplace closings were planned at executive or legislative branch buildings.

 

A number of courthouses and other judicial branch buildings are closed — they include Middletown, Litchfield, Tolland, Manchester G-A, Enfield G-A, and Torrington Juvenile courthouses — plus the Wethersfield Administrative offices on Spring Street and Silas Deane, and probation offices on Miller Street in Meriden and East Middle Turnpike in Manchester.

 

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