New Jersey State Offices Closed Wednesday
Hurricane Sandy shutters state offices a third day.
Gov. Chris Christie ordered state offices to close Wednesday due to the continued danger posed by and ongoing cleanup efforts associated with the power outages, coastal flooding, and evacuations resultant of Hurricane Sandy.
State offices were also closed on Monday and Tuesday. Non-essential employees should not report for their normal day shift on Wednesday, while essential employees should report to work on schedule, according to a press release issued by the governor's office.
All notifications are currently being made and coordinated by the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management in an expeditious manner.