snow storm: Federal Government will remain close on thursday

snow storm: Federal Government will remain close on thursday

Dollar Corner : WA : USA | Feb 10, 2010 at 4:26 PM PST
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Nation's Capital Braces for Blizzard

High officials of Federal Government have officially announced that Federal Government agencies will remain close on Thursday because of snow storm. It will be becoming fourth straight day that the federal agencies will remain closed. This kind of long shut down never happened before.

This snow storm is going to keep more then 230000 employees at their homes. Federal government, educational sectors such as schools will be closed through Thursday. Federal government was closed on Friday, Monday and now it will be closed on through Thursday. Federal government made an announcement that they will remain close on Thursday because of unstable weather conditions and snow storm

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