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Lacey Holiday Closures

What's open or closed this holiday?

The following is a list of places that will either be closed in observance of Veterans Day or remain open:

  • The Municipal Building will be closed in observance of Veterans Day.
  • There will be curbside recycling for glass, cans and paper on Monday, Nov. 12 for Zone 3.
  • The Recycling Center will be open on Monday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Leaf collection begins today. Keep bagged leaves separate from yard debris, recycling and regular garbage.
  • The Post Office will be closed.
  • The school district is opened.
  • The Lacey Library and Ocean County Library System will be operating on regularly scheduled hours.
  • Trucks for bulk pick up will be traveling through the flood damaged areas of Lacey.
  • The Lacey United Methodist Church remains open as a shelter, distribution center and a place for volunteers to lend assistance.
  • St. Pius is also open as a distribution center and residents in need can call the Forked River Baptist Church at 609-693-2726 for help too.
BeachMomma November 12, 2012 at 12:34 PM
St. Pius is now being part of the community? Better late than never.
StPiusParishoner November 12, 2012 at 12:57 PM
St.Pius HAS been open all this past week and a half, collecting food, clothing, sending out volunteers, keeping a list of volunteers and a list of who needs help, seving meals and offering counseling. Are you a parishoner there ? If so, you would know this. It was also on the Patch last week.
lacey voter November 12, 2012 at 01:30 PM
From what I read. They opened last Sunday..What would we do without them being open from 8 am to 5 pm every day..I guess the current displaced have to go somewhere else for the night. Oh thats right. They can walk across the street to the methodist church. The catholic church cares about nothing except money
StPiusParishoner November 12, 2012 at 03:12 PM
So what do you have to say to all of the St. Pius volunteers who have been there at the Parish Center, and out helping the homebound...their efforts count for nothing ? PLEASE stop bashing the Catholic church, everyone is pitching in.
y o y in this world November 12, 2012 at 05:52 PM
i have seen alot of help from everyone here in lacey. it brought tears to my eyes when i heard how well we came together. the food places made food. i for 1 was very grateful for the hot food. i was also grateful for the food they gave me to take home. to my surprise when i came home i was without power again. this has been ongoing since sandy. i was very pleased with the clothes they help out with for my family. a lil goes a long way. thanks to the town of lacey.
Marie Korsak November 15, 2012 at 01:07 PM
Dont feel bad. My neighbor had a generator and wouldn't throw me a line. Thirteen days without power. Rhuematoid arthritis hurts pretty bad in the damp and cold! Someday they won't be in their 3o's anymore. Otherwise I'm grateful that it wasn't worse. Lacey is doing a good job with the cleanup.

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