King holiday Monday to affect some local services
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King holiday Monday to affect some local services

Recycle collection

A city worker picks up recyclables along his southside route in this file photo from September. Trash collection in Kenosha will go on as normal on Monday, which is the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.

The Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday on Monday will affect some local governmental services.

While Kenosha County offices will remain open on Monday, state of Wisconsin offices will be closed.

“We will still be able to issue most vital records, but some marriage and older birth records may not be available until Tuesday,” said Kenosha County Register of Deeds JoEllyn Storz.

People can still come to the Register of Deeds Office on Monday to purchase copies of records. If they are not available then due to the state holiday, they can be picked up on Tuesday or mailed to the requester.

The Register of Deeds Office, located in the county Administration Building at 1010 56th St. in downtown Kenosha, may be reached at 262-653-2444.

Residents may also access copies of records at the office’s satellite location in the Kenosha County Center at highways 45 and 50 in Bristol.

City offices closed

In the city of Kenosha, City Hall, the Kenosha Public Museum and the Civil War Museum will be closed on Monday.

City libraries will be open for regular hours.

All city waste and recycling routes will have normal collection on Monday. There will be no delay in collection during the week.

The Bulk Drop-off Site at 1001 50th St. is closed on Mondays.

The concrete and brick/block drop-off site at the Street Division, 6415 35th Ave., will be closed Monday.


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