Snowmageddon claims another victim
Tonight’s Decatur State of the City address is cancelled and will be rescheduled. It was going to be held in conjunction with the monthly Decatur Business Association meeting, which was also cancelled.
As is Youth Basketball at the Decatur Recreation center, according to city spokeswoman Caise Yoder. The gym will close at 5 pm. Thursday garbage pickup might be delayed due to road conditions.
Yoder says, “Snow is expected to begin falling this afternoon, and roads are expected to freeze. State routes will be the priority for road crews clearing streets, followed by major city streets. Residential streets will be the last to be cleared. City of Decatur residents are encouraged to clear the sidewalks in front of their property.
I’ll post more updates as information becomes available.
UPDATE: Another announcement from Casie Yoder.
Decatur Municipal Court CLOSED tonight
For anyone with a court hearing tonight, please be advised that Decatur Municipal Court will be closed due to the weather. Please call 678-553-6655 to reschedule your hearing for a future date.
It is not clear yet if Decatur Municipal Court will be open Wednesday. Check the Decatur Minute blog (http://thedecaturminute.com) tomorrow for that information, and the latest updates from the city as the weather situation continues to unfold.
UPDATE: And the Decatur Library is closing at 2 pm.
UPDATE: And Avondale Estates has cancelled recycling pick-up for Wednesday.
UPDATE: DeKalb County sent over the following notice about cancellations and closings:
The rezoning meeting scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, Jan. 28 at the Maloof Auditorium at 6:30 pm has been cancelled due to inclement weather. All items on the agenda will be rescheduled to Feb. 25, 2014 at 6:30 pm DeKalb County will advertise the rescheduled meeting in the next issue of the county’s legal organ.
In addition due to approaching severe weather, all other DeKalb County Government administrative functions have been cancelled and county offices will be closed at 2 pm today. This includes Parks and Recreation facilities, Senior Centers, Recorders Court, water billing offices and all after-hours business meetings. Public Safety and Public Works will continue 24-hour operation as long as circumstances warrant. County administrative functions will resume tomorrow with a two hour delay, as offices will open at 10:30 am