Thanksgiving holiday closings

November 18, 2012 

Buses

Manatee County Area Transit: No service Nov. 22. Regular service Nov. 23.

Manatee Trolley (Anna Maria Island): Regular service Nov. 22-23.

Sarasota County Area Transit: No service Nov. 22. Regular service Nov. 23.

Government offices

Anna Maria: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Bradenton Beach: Closed Nov. 22-23.

City of Bradenton: Closed Nov. 22-23.

City of Palmetto: Closed Nov. 22-23.

City of Sarasota: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Holmes Beach: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Town of Longboat Key: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Manatee County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Sarasota County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Manatee County Tax Collector's Office: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Clerk of Circuit Court

Manatee County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Sarasota County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Supervisor of Elections:

Manatee County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Sarasota County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Garbage pickup

City of Anna Maria: No service. Pick up will be postponed by one day through Saturday.

City of Bradenton: No service. Garbage and recycling will be collected Nov. 24. Yard waste pick up is not affected. No interruption of services Nov. 23.

City of Bradenton Beach: No service. Pick up will be postponed by one day through Saturday.

City of Palmetto: No service. Pick up will be postponed by one day through Saturday.

City of Sarasota: No service. Pick up will be postponed by one day through Saturday.

Holmes Beach: No service. Pick up will be postponed by one day through Saturday.

Longboat Key: No service. Pick up will be postponed by one day.

Manatee County: No service. Pick up will be postponed by one day through Saturday.

Sarasota County: No serivce. Pick up will be postponed by one day through Saturday.

Grocery stores

Publix: Closed Nov. 22.

SweetBay: Open 7 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 22. Pharmacy is closed.

Libraries

Manatee County: Closed Nov. 22-24.

Sarasota County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Post office

All branches: Closed Nov. 22.

Schools

Manatee County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

Sarasota County: Closed Nov. 22-23.

The Herald

Business offices: Closed Nov. 22.

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