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Sunday, March 03, 2019

Governor Baker Announces 11:00 AM Delayed Start Time for Non-Emergency Executive Branch State Employees on Monday, March 4th

Governor Baker Announces 11:00 AM Delayed Start Time for Non-Emergency Executive Branch State Employees on Monday, March 4th

BOSTON – Governor Charlie Baker is announcing an 11:00 AM delayed start time for Monday, March 4th for all non-emergency state executive branch employees due to the winter weather starting tonight and continuing into early Monday morning. The delayed start will allow crews time to safely clear snow and public walkways to ensure residents can quickly return to their daily routines. The Baker-Polito Administration is in close contact with the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency, National Weather Service, MassDOT and State Police to monitor the forecast. The administration urges everyone to plan ahead, drive cautiously, use public transportation when possible and check MBTA.com/winter for updates.

State Offices: State offices will open at an 11:00 AM delayed start time on Monday, March 4, 2019.

Highway Travel: Travel will be significantly impacted overnight due to heavy snow conditions overnight. Motorists should exercise extreme caution, “don’t crowd the plow”, and stay behind snow removal equipment on the roadways. Motorists are encouraged to avoid driving during periods of heavy snowfall.

MBTA: The MBTA and Commuter Rail will run a weekday train schedule, buses and ferry service remain on a normal schedule. Depending on the storm’s intensity, buses may also operate on snow routes. Commuters are encouraged to be patient, allow time for travel and plan ahead by checking MBTA.com/winter or @MBTA on Twitter for real-time updates.

Public Safety: Please clear home and auto exhaust vents to prevent carbon monoxide exposure and avoid downed utility wires. Also, please assist in keeping sidewalks, fire hydrants and storm drains in your neighborhood clear.

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