It’s Labor Day, but most government offices won’t be working

Monday is Labor Day but much of Kaua`i’s infrastructure won’t be

working.

Banks will be closed and the post office is not delivering

mail.

And if you want to read a book, you should plan to go to Border’s and

buy a volume, because in observance with Labor Day, most public libraries will

be closed according to State Librarian Virginia Lowell.

Only one branch

library is open today on Kaua`i and that’s the Princeville branch.

None are

open Monday.

The Kaua`i County Public Works Department announced that the

Kekaha Landfill and refuse transfer stations in Hanalei, Kapa`a, Lihu`e and

Hanapepe will be closed Labor Day.

And just because you can’t go to the

dump or get a book, don’t try and drown your sorrows with beer or wine.

The

Kaua`i Police Department has announced they will be conducting random DUI

checkpoints on the island throughout the month of September, including the

Labor Day weekend.

Officers manning the checkpoints will also be checking

to make certain that juvenile passengers are wearing their

seatbelts.

Kaua`i Police Chief George Freitas emphasized that Sobriety

Checkpoints will be out in force Monday.

Remember, if you’re going to

drink, don’t drive.

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