December 17, 1981
TO ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT OTHER THAN THOSE UNDER THE JURISDICTION OF THE PERSONNEL ADVISORY BOARD:
It is suggested that the following days in 1982 be observed as holidays in all departments of the state government to which this notice is applicable:
|January 1||New Year's Day|
|February 12||Lincoln's Birthday|
|February 15||Washington's Birthday|
|May 7||Truman's Birthday|
|May 31||Memorial Day|
|July 5||Independence Day|
|August 3||Primary Election Day|
|September 6||Labor Day|
|October 11||Columbus Day|
|November 2||General Election Day|
|November 11||Veteran's Day|
|November 25||Thanksgiving Day|
|December 24||Christmas Day|
When it is impracticable to give time off to employees regularly scheduled to work on any of the above holidays because of the necessity of continuing essential services in a state institution or a department of the state government, the appointing authority shall require the employee to remain on duty and to perform his work, but shall grant the employee who has worked on a holiday equal compensatory time off from duty at such time or times as the appointing authority shall designate.
[Christopher S. Bond's signature]
[James Kirkpatrick's signature]
SECRETARY OF STATE
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