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West Essex Area Closings and Cancellations for Thursday and Friday



Updated at 9:02 a.m. Friday
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Forecast
For a full forecast from the National Weather Service station located in Fairfield's Essex County Airport, see TAP's article:  13.3" Expected by Friday Morning; West Essex Area Weather for Feb. 14

Regional School Schedule Changes
The following West Essex area schools have reported changes to their normal schedule due to the weather:
 

Surrounding Area School Schedule Changes
The following surrounding area schools have reported changes to their normal schedule due to the weather:

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Community Organizations and Municipality Schedule Changes
The following West Essex area community organizations and municipal offices have reported changes to their normal schedule due to the weather:
 
    • Garbage / recycling. The next pickup day will be the normally scheduled pickup day 
       
    • All cars must be removed from the streets
       
    • Per Borough Ordinance, when clearing private parking lots, driveways and sidewalks, snow cannot be plowed or shoveled into the roadway. If snow is left in the roadway, summonses will be issued
       
  • Cedar Grove Township
     

    • Garbage / recycling. The next pickup day will be the normally scheduled pickup day 
       
    • All cars must be removed from the streets
       
    • Garbage / recycling. The next pickup day will be the normally scheduled pickup day 
       
    • All cars must be removed from the streets
       
    • Garbage / recycling has been rescheduled for Saturday
       
    • All cars must be removed from the streets
       
  • Friday 1pm delayed opening
     
    • Garbage / recycling. The next pickup day will be the normally scheduled pickup day 
       
    • All cars must be removed from the streets immediately
       
    • Garbage / recycling. The next pickup day will be the normally scheduled pickup day 
       
    • All cars must be removed from the streets immediately 

 

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