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Jan 27 2015
GOV. MALLOY LIFTS STATEWIDE TRAVEL BAN
EFFECTIVE AT 2PM TODAY, STATE OFFICES TO OPEN ON WEDNESDAY
(HARTFORD, CT) Governor Dannel P. Malloy announced this
afternoon that he has lifted the statewide travel ban as of 2:00 p.m.
I want to thank the residents of Connecticut for heeding the
warnings and staying off the road. We were able to reduce accidents on the
highways and allow DOT workers to clear the roads. With decreasing snow bands
and clearing roads, I have decided to lift the statewide travel ban effective at
2 p.m. today, Governor Malloy said. I have coordinated this decision with
Massachusetts and Rhode Island. I would advise residents who are traveling to
those states to check with state authorities regarding travel restrictions.
Again, thank you to the residents of the State of Connecticut for heeding the
warnings and staying safe during this storm.
The Governor is also informing third-shift nonessential state
employees not to report to work this evening. All state employees are to report
to work as scheduled on Wednesday, January 28, 2015. The Governor will continue
to provide updates as necessary.
Jan 26 2015
GOV. MALLOY ORDERS ALL
NON-ESSENTIAL FIRST AND SECOND SHIFT STATE EMPLOYEES TO NOT REPORT TO WORK FOR
TUESDAY JANUARY 27, 2015.
Governor Dannel P. Malloy announced that he has ordered all first and second
shift, non-essential state employees to not report to work on Tuesday January
27, in response to winter storm conditions across the state. State employees
are encouraged to contact their supervisors for further guidance.
As conditions are
predicted to intensify, we are ordering all first and second shift,
non-essential state employees to stay home tomorrow. With heavy snow falling
across the state and forecast to continue throughout the day, I am
asking residents to avoid unnecessary travel."
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