SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Some local, state and federal government facilities will be closed Monday for the observed New Year's holiday.
In the city of San Diego, that includes administrative offices, libraries, municipal pools and the Tecolote Nature Center.
Recreation centers and municipal golf courses will be open.
In the county of San Diego, administrative offices, libraries and animal shelters will be shut down.
Also closed will be community and teen centers in Fallbrook, Lakeside and Spring Valley.
Metropolitan Transit System buses and trolleys will run on a Saturday schedule.
Some MTS express and rural routes won't be operated. Details are available online at www.sdmts.com/schedules-real-time-service-notices/holiday-services.
North County Transit District buses, light rail and trolley will operate on a normal schedule.
Curbside trash collection will be delayed by one day in the city of San Diego. There will be no delays for customers of Waste Management.
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An armed man robbed an eatery in Rancho Bernardo, pistol whipped an employee there, but was unable to keep the money he had taken when he ran into a pillar during his escape, dropping the money but not his gun, a police officer said Sunday.
A 64-year-old man collapsed and died on a hiking trail in the Cleveland National Forest near Alpine, the county Sheriff's Department said Sunday.
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