Governor Malloy: Gov. Malloy: Non-Essential State Employees to Report to work on Monday at 10 A.M.; Essential Employees Report on Regular Schedule

 
{Governor Malloy Press Release Masthead}
 
 August 28, 2011
 
 
GOV. MALLOY: NON-ESSENTIAL STATE EMPLOYEES TO REPORT TO WORK ON MONDAY AT 10 A.M.; ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEES REPORT ON REGULAR SCHEDULE
 
(HARTFORD, CT) Governor Dannel P. Malloy directed non-essential state employees to report to work tomorrow, Monday, August 29, 2011 at 10 a.m., unless their work location is without power. If, for personal storm-related reasons, non-essential state employees are unable to report to work, they may use personal leave or vacation time. State employees are advised to take necessary precautions when returning to work. Essential state employees are to report on their regular schedule.
 
The following locations are reporting no power outages and employees in these locations should report to work on Monday at 10 a.m. (If your worksite is not listed, please call the worksite or office to determine if power is available.)
 
  • 309 Buckingham Street, Hartford
  • 165 Capitol Ave, Hartford
  • 410-474 Capitol Ave, Hartford
  • 10 Clinton Street, Hartford
  • 55 Elm Street, Hartford
  • 79 Elm Street, Hartford
  • 92 Farmington Ave, Hartford
  • 505 Hudson Street, Hartford
  • 129 Lafayette Street, Hartford
  • 25 Sigourney Street, Hartford
  • 18-25 Trinity Street, Hartford
  • 30 Trinity Street, Hartford
  • 39 Woodland Street, Hartford
  • 61 Woodland Street, Hartford
  • 110 Sherman Street, Farmington
  • Uncas on the Thames Campus, Norwich
  • 38 Wolcott Hill, Wethersfield
  • 153 Market Street, Hartford
  • 2800 Berlin Turnpike, Newington
 
State employees may should continue to check www.ct.gov/irene and www.ct.gov/demhs for an updated list of operable worksites. State employees without access to computers can call 860-622-2200.
 
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For Immediate Release: August 28, 2011