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Friday, October 09, 2009

Farewell My Lovelies

PERS, like other state agencies, is planning furlough days for its employees over the next two years. Just to keep everyone up to date, please be advised that the PERS offices in Salem and Tigard will be closed on Friday October 16, 2009, Monday Feb 15, 2010, Marcn 19, 2010, April 16, 2009, June 18, 2010, August 20, 2010, September 17, 2010, February 17,2011, March 18, 2011, and May 20, 2011. All of those dates are Fridays and were selected to minimize the impact on as many stakeholders as possible. According to sources, these closures will save the state about $2 million per closure day.

This notice brought to you by the lovelies at PERS.

2 comments:

MollyNCharlie said...

I think that Feb 15, 2010 and Feb 21, 2011 are both Mondays; all other dates are Fridays like you said.

peg

MollyNCharlie said...

Apparently these furlough days are state wide. I heard today while volunteering at the Oregon Dept of Justice that the Revenue Dept will be closed on these dates. Note that one of the dates is April 16, 2010; one of the biggest deposit dates for Revenue/State of Oregon each year. I wonder what the loss of the 3 days interest on the 4/16 deposit will cost the state? Things that make you go 'hummmm?'

peg