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Military recalls many, not all

Military recalls many, not all

The partial shutdown of government functions became temporary Monday, when thousands of federal employees were invited back to work in Colorado Springs and across the nation. Local military bases and the Mountain Post were similarly affected, according to sources who work there. Although no one has yet calculated the economic loss to the city of… Continue Reading Military recalls many, not all

Colorado driver’s license offices and other state offices will be closed Friday for another mandatory furlough day. About 15,500 executive branch employees are taking the seventh of eight unpaid furlough days ordered by Gov. Bill Ritter this fiscal year to save about $27.2 million in the state budget. The last scheduled furlough day this year… Continue Reading Furlough day Friday for several Colorado offices

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Plan ahead for state’s last furlough day

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El Paso County officials are sending notice that a number of services will not be available Thursday Dec. 31, the Colorado Department of Revenue’s final furlough day of the year. The El Paso County Motor Vehicle Office will offer limited services. It will handle some motor vehicle transactions, but now driver’s licenses will be processed that day.… Continue Reading Plan ahead for state’s last furlough day

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State adds four furlough days

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Gov. Bill Ritter has called for four additional mandatory furlough days for most state employees. This brings the number of unpaid days off that government workers must take this fiscal year to eight. The four new days are Jan. 15, Feb. 12, April 2 and May 28 – all Fridays before holiday weekends. Non-essential state… Continue Reading State adds four furlough days

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Oct. 9 furloughs to close state offices

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Many state government offices will be closed Friday, Oct. 9, for the second of four employee furlough days.

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