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(UPDATED) City of Decatur Open Tuesday; Court Tonight Canceled

Trash and recycling pick up is expected to occur tomorrow as regularly scheduled.

Tuesday's Municipal Court hearings are scheduled to be held. Credit: Patch file
Tuesday's Municipal Court hearings are scheduled to be held. Credit: Patch file

UPDATE: Feb. 11 10:25 a.m.:

From City of Decatur Public Information Officer Casie Yoder: 

So far it is just raining in Decatur, but the temperature is expected to drop this evening, which will mean freezing.

Tonight’s Municipal Court hearings have been cancelled. Please call 678-553-6655 to reschedule your hearing for a future date.

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From City of Decatur Public Information Officer Casie Yoder:

With more winter weather headed Decatur’s way, city officials continue to monitor the situation. As of this posting, tomorrow’s Municipal Court hearings will be held.

City Schools of Decatur are now closed tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 11, so all after school programs are cancelled.

Trash & recycling pick up is expected to occur tomorrow as regularly scheduled.

Tomorrow morning’s Red Hatters Valentine’s event at the Decatur Recreation Center is cancelled, as are Tuesday’s evening programs. All Wednesday Recreation Center activities are cancelled.

There is the potential for power outages over the next few days, especially if precipitation freezes Tuesday night. If you have emergency equipment or electronics that need to be charged, please charge them now so you are prepared in case the power does go out.

Please remember to check on your neighbors, and call the police non-emergency line if you or they require assistance: 404-373-6551.

One final reminder: If you have ice melt/de-icer, please go ahead and pre-treat sidewalks in front of your home or business and help keep them clear as the weather worsens. It is possible that by Wednesday morning Decatur could have half an inch or so of snow. Please continue to check The Decatur Minute for weather updates and safety tips.



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