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Tuesday March 14, 2017 - 8:30 pm

The University will be operating under a normal schedule for tomorrow, March 15, 2017 with the following exception:

  • Stony Brook Child Care will be opening on a two-hour delayed schedule.  Staff should report at 8:00 am and families with children at 8:30 am

Temperatures will continue to drop overnight causing icy conditions on roadways and walkways that have been previously treated and cleared.  Please exercise caution and allow extra time when commuting.


Tuesday March 14, 2017 - 12:30 pm

Service has been restored service on the Hospital/Chapin, Outer Loop, and Railroad lines. Visit the SB Smart Transit Website for additional information.

Tuesday March 14, 2017 - 8:00 am

The original forecast for our area has changed 

  • Wintery mix currently falling now with less overall accumulations expected by the end of the day
  • Roads that are untreated or not yet plowed will be slippery in spots
  • Temperatures will drop later this evening making for icy conditions on previously treated areas


Tuesday March 14, 2017 - 4:45 am

The Blizzard Warning for our area remains in effect until 12:00 am Wednesday, March 15th.  

  • Snowfall rates of 2-4" per hour are possible
  • Snow and sleet accumulations of 1-2 feet across interior areas
  • 8-16" in New York City, Northwestern Long Island and Southwestern Connecticut
  • Sustained winds at 20-30 mph with gusts to 50 mph later today are possible creating whiteout conditions at times

 

Monday March 13, 2017 - 11:45 pm

For clarification purposes.  The earlier message from the New York State Governor's Office of Employee Relations also applies to SUNY Research Foundation personnel deemed to be working in "non-essential" positions.


Monday March 13, 2017 - 5:45 pm

As per the New York State Governor's Office of Employee Relations 

Due to anticipated weather conditions associated with the extreme winter storm that is expected to bring heavy snowfall and high winds throughout New York tonight into tomorrow, all non-essential New York State employees in all counties except Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Lewis, Franklin, Clinton and Essex do not have to report to work on Tuesday, March 14 and do not need to charge accruals for such absence.

Questions should be directed to your immediate supervisor or Human Resources Services

 

Monday March 13, 2017 - 4:00pm

To All Students, Faculty, and Staff:

Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the expected winter weather which will impact our area, the following is information that pertains to Stony Brook University operations for Tuesday, March 14th, 2017.

A severe winter storm will impact our area beginning after midnight tonight and throughout the day tomorrow.  Although forecasts vary with snow accumulations throughout the region, it is likely that Suffolk County will see anywhere from 6-15" of snow coupled with winds that will cause blizzard conditions during the early hours of the morning commute.

As you are likely aware, only the Governor of New York State can close state offices, agencies, and campuses. When offices are open, all State and Research Foundation employees are expected to report to work. During emergencies non-essential employees may request supervisory approval to charge their accruals when offices are open. Essential employees must report in accordance with their schedules.  Please also note, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home employees are all deemed 'essential' and therefore must report to work.

This applies to Stony Brook main campus, SB Southampton and SB Manhattan locations and includes the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School. Students with clinical obligations should make every effort to attend rotations and contact their clinical coordinators with any questions or concerns. The University Medical Center and the Long Island State Veterans Home will remain open.

Members of the campus community are reminded to avoid walking and traveling around unnecessarily during peak snowfall times and while snow removal is in progress.

Ongoing assessments of weather and road conditions will be made throughout this event.  Please continue to monitor your Stony Brook University email and the University website in the event further event cancellations and schedule adjustments become necessary.

SB Transit will not be running service beginning tomorrow morning and further assessments will be made throughout the day.

SB Childcare will be closed for the day, tomorrow, Tuesday March 14th, 2017


You can also follow The University Police - Office of Emergency Management @SBUEM on Twitter for all of the latest updates.

 

October 4th, 2016 5:00 pm: Hurricane Matthew Forecast

The University Police - Office of Emergency Management continues to monitor the latest forecasts for Hurricane Matthew.  Many different tracks are still being predicted and the feeling is that local impacts for our area are still unknown.  The following is the latest update from the National Weather Service:
There is a moderate confidence for High Surf and Beach Erosion Saturday and Sunday
There is low confidence for Tropical Storm Winds of 39-57 mph Saturday night through Sunday night
There is low confidence for Heavy Rain Saturday and Sunday
There is low confidence for Coastal Flooding Sat Night-Sunday Night
Further updates will follow throughout this event as necessary.

September 14th 2016: 8:15 pm - Building Closure

To all students, faculty and staff:

A short time ago University Police and Fire Marshals were called to the Heavy Engineering building for a report of a small chemical spill in a first floor hallway. Personnel are on the scene and continue to evaluate the situation. There is no danger to the campus community but we request that the area be avoided due to emergency personnel and vehicles. The building is closed at this time. 

Lawrence M. Zacarese
Assistant Chief of Police
Director - Office of Emergency Management

September 6th 2016: 7:00 am - Forecast Update

The following is the latest forecast update:
  • North to northeast winds continue to increase from east to west across Southeast CT and the Twin Forks of Long Island as outer rain bands move west toward this area
  • Minor to locally Moderate tidal flooding is forecast across Suffolk County through today with tidal departures around ½ to 2 ½ feet above normal.

Current Warnings and Advisories

  •  Tropical Storm Warning for 30 to 40 mph winds with gusts to 50 mph from New Haven County east and Suffolk County, NY and for all local coastal waters except NY Harbor.
  • Coastal Flood Advisory for Atlantic facing South Shore Bays for today’s High Tide Cycle


September 5th 2016: 7:00 am - Forecast Update

We continue to monitor Hermine as it makes its way north and east of Long Island.  Here is what to expect:

  • There is a chance of rain later this morning and into early evening.  
  • Suffolk County remains under a Tropical Storm Warning, however the warnings for areas of New Jersey, New York City and Nassau County were canceled last night as the overall intensity was much less than predicted.
  • Moderate wind speeds in the 20-30 mph range are expected during the day today along with some tidal surge during the high tide cycles

September 4th 2016: 7:00 pm - Forecast Update

The following is the latest update from the National Weather Service:
  • A farther southeast storm track resulting in lower surge forecasts.  
  • If Hermine continues its eastward track, the surge will be even lower.
  • Potential for Minor Tidal Flooding Tonight and Widespread Moderate to locally Major Tidal flooding during times of high tide on Monday across Long Island.
Reasonable worst case scenarios if max surge coincides with time of high tide include:
  • Widespread Moderate Coastal Flooding of 1 to 3 feet of inundation above ground level for Long Island’s Coastal communities during Monday.
  • Isolated Moderate Flooding possible along the Atlantic Ocean south shore bays in Brooklyn and Queens during high tides on Monday.
  • Battering High Surf (8-12 ft) causing Significant Dune Erosion and Localized Overwashes Monday through Tuesday.
  • Of particular concern is potentially life threatening enhancement of surge flooding by wave action across dune compromised oceanfront communities from Fire Island to Long Beach westward to the Rockaways.
  • Life Threatening Rip Currents associated throughout the duration of this event.
Maximum Winds spreading southeast to northwest Monday morning
  • 25 to 35 mph with gusts to 50 mph Long Island and Southeast CT
  • 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 45 mph NYC Metro and immediate coast
  • 15 to 25 mph with gusts to 35 mph Inland
  • Highest Winds along the coast, bridges and tall buildings developing Monday morning and continuing through Monday Night
Heavy Rain and Freshwater Flooding threat is low. Rainfall of less than 1 inch is forecasted.

September 4th 2016: 12:00 pm - Forecast Update

Hermine is presently about 275 miles of south of Montauk point continuing its move north/northeast at about 12mph. The following watches and warnings remain:

  • Our area remains under a Tropical Storm Warning
  • Chance for significant rain is greatly reduced and remains low. 
  • Winds currently are predicted to continue to increase in a northeast direction 20-30 kts with gusts reaching 50 mph later tonight through Monday during the day.
  • Greatest tidal storm surge areas include Riverhead in eastern Long Island, Freeport and Long Beach in Nassau County and Kings Point/New Haven Ct vicinities. 
If the system tracks further east, storm surge and winds would be expected to be less. 
If the system tracks further north, tidal surge, particularly around high tide times, and winds are both expected to be higher. 
Tonight's high tide we can expect a 1-2' above normal tidal surge. 

We will continue to provide further updates throughout this event.

 

September 3rd 2016: 1:30 pm - Forecast Update

The following is the latest forecast update from the National Weather Service. We will continue to closely monitor and provide further updates.
 
Strong Rip Currents and High Surf through at least Tuesday of next week. 
 
High Confidence of Life Threatening Rips and Battering Surf causing Significant Dune Erosion and Localized Overwashes Sunday through Tuesday
 
Moderate to High Confidence for Coastal Flooding Sunday through Tuesday – for Widespread “Moderate” to “Major” tidal flooding starting Sunday
 
Highest surges expected during Sunday Night’s High Tides
Reasonable worst case scenario of 2 to 4 feet of inundation Above Ground Level for shores under the Prototype Storm Surge Watch.  New York Harbor, Staten Island’s eastern shores, Long Island’s South Shore Back Bays and Peconic Bay, and areas along Western Long Island Sound are most vulnerable.
 
High Confidence for Tropical Depression Storm Winds of 39-57 mph 8 am Sunday - 8 am Tuesday - Most vulnerable areas along the coast, at bridges and taller buildings.
 
Low to Moderate Confidence for Heavy Rain potential Sunday night through Monday:  0.5 to 1.5 inches west to east. Freshwater flooding threat is low. 

 

September 2, 2016: 9:30 AM - Hurricane Hermine

The University Police - Office of Emergency Management is closely monitoring several forecasts for this weekend's weather.
Hurricane Hermine made landfall in Florida early this morning and shortly thereafter weakened to Tropical Storm speed and strength as it began to turn north towards Georgia.
The following is the latest forecast for our area:
  • High Risk for rip currents and beach erosion throughout the weekend and into Monday (Please use caution if you are bound for the beach!)
  • Moderate to major coastal flooding is possible
  • Heavy rains and strong winds are also possible depending on the ultimate track of the storm as it nears Long Island
In anticipation, please consider the following as they relate to your individual buildings and areas:
  • Check construction areas for loose debris, attached building materials that may need to be secured, and lay down areas with items that can be carried by winds
  • Verify that open areas of excavation are properly marked and secured
  • Please check windows, doors and other building openings that may be prone to leaking or require manual locking/closing
  • Ensure that critical equipment or research needing electrical power is plugged into emergency outlets in laboratories and offices as may be available

 

Friday, May 6th, 2016 - 3:25pm - Investigation


The University Police Department is investigating an assault that occurred in the Melville Library a short time ago that involved two individuals. One individual is in custody and the other was transported to University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. There is no danger to the campus community at this time. Please stay clear of the area. Further information will be provided as it becomes available. 

Tuesday, April 19, 2016 8:00 - Drill Exercise:

To All Students, Faculty, and Staff:

Good morning.  The Stony Brook University Police - Office of Emergency Management will be assisting the University Hospital with a large scale emergency drill and exercise in the vicinity of the Long Island State Veterans Home and the University Hospital on east campus today, Tuesday, April 19th, 2016.  There will be numerous emergency service departments from campus as well as local, county, and state agencies participating in this drill.  The drill will include role players and simulated victims of an emergency incident.  This is only a drill and no action is required on the part of the campus community.  The exercise is expected to begin by 9:00 amand will conclude no later than 12:00 pm.

Any questions or concerns should be directed to 631-632-3046.



Lawrence M. Zacarese
Assistant Chief of Police
Director - Office of Emergency Management
University Police Department 

April 13th 2015 - Campus Safety Advisory Update


To All Students, Faculty and Staff:

Throughout the day, Stony Brook University Police Detectives have been investigating several instances where "chalk graffiti" has been reported in various locations on campus. While the investigation remains ongoing, it has been fully determined that there is no credible threat to the campus community associated with these messages. At this point, we have arrested an individual and will continue to follow up on additional investigative leads. Further information will be provided as it becomes available.


Robert J. Lenahan
Chief of Police
Asst. VP for Campus Safety

April 13th 2015 - Campus Safety Advisory

To all Students. Faculty and Staff: 

The University Police is currently investigating several instances of "chalk" type graffiti on the academic mall for an incident that may occur today . At this time there is no credible threat to the campus community or confirmed information and we are sending this message out of an abundance of caution. Additional information will be provided as it becomes available and anyone with information regarding these incidents or any suspicious individuals or activity is asked to call the University Police Department at 631-632-3333. 

Robert J. Lenahan 
Asst. VP for Campus Safety 
Chief of Police 

 

March 29th, 2016 - 11:00pm - Student Activities Center Update

To all Students, Faculty and Staff:

As a result of the efforts of the Campus Operations and Maintenance staff, the Student Activities Center will be open as regularly scheduled tomorrow, March 30th 2016. All programs, classes and events scheduled for tomorrow will take place as planned.

March 29th, 2016 - 3:00pm - Student Activities Center Closure
To all Students, Faculty and Staff:

Due to a sewage leak, the Student Activities Center on the Stony Brook main campus will be closed until further notice.  Campus Operations and Maintenance staff are on scene working to fix the problem as quickly as possible. Please consider the Stony Brook Union or West Side Dining for alternate dining options.  Further updates regarding the Student Activities Center will be posted to the Emergency Management Website at www.stonybrook.edu/emergency/alerts/alerts and the Emergency Management Twitter page at www.twitter.com/sbuem .

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 - 10:00 AM - Staller Center

For information on Staller Center events for tonight please visit: https://www.staller.sunysb.edu/

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 - 9:00 AM - Child Care
Due to the weather conditions, the Child Care Center will also be closed today, March 5th, 2015.

Thursday March 5th, 2015 - 8:00 AM - All classes canceled
Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the expected winter weather which will impact our area, all classes and events scheduled to be held today, Thursday, March 5th, 2015 are canceled.  All classes and events scheduled tomorrow will be held as scheduled.  

This applies to Stony Brook main campus, SB Southampton and SB Manhattan campuses and includes the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School. Students with clinical obligations should make every effort to attend rotations and contact their clinical coordinators with any questions or concerns. The University Medical Center and the Long Island State Veterans Home will remain open.

Please note that only the Governor of New York State can close state offices, agencies, and campuses. When offices are open, all State and Research Foundation employees are expected to report to work. During emergencies non-essential employees may request supervisory approval to charge their accruals when offices are open. Essential employees must report in accordance with their schedules. Please also note, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home employees are all deemed 'essential' and therefore must report to work. Ongoing assessments of weather and road conditions will be made throughout this event.  Please continue to monitor your Stony Brook University email and the University website in the event further event cancellations and schedule adjustments become necessary.

Thursday, March 5th, 2015 - 6:15 AM - Child Care
Due to the weather conditions, the Child Care Center will also have a delayed opening.  The Child Care Center will open at 11:00 AM today, March 5th, 2015.

Wednesday, March 4th, 2015 - 10:15 PM - Delayed Opening
Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the expected winter weather which will impact our area, all classes and events scheduled to be held prior to 12:00 pm tomorrow, Thursday, March 5th, 2015 are canceled.  All classes and events scheduled to begin at or after 12:00 pm tomorrow will be held as scheduled.  

This applies to Stony Brook main campus, SB Southampton and SB Manhattan campuses and includes the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School. Students with clinical obligations should make every effort to attend rotations and contact their clinical coordinators with any questions or concerns. The University Medical Center and the Long Island State Veterans Home will remain open.

Please note that only the Governor of New York State can close state offices, agencies, and campuses. When offices are open, all State and Research Foundation employees are expected to report to work. During emergencies non-essential employees may request supervisory approval to charge their accruals when offices are open. Essential employees must report in accordance with their schedules. Please also note, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home employees are all deemed 'essential' and therefore must report to work. Ongoing assessments of weather and road conditions will be made throughout this event.  Please continue to monitor your Stony Brook University email and the University website in the event further event cancellations and schedule adjustments become necessary.

Sunday, March 1st, 2015 - 8:30pm - Class delay for Monday 3/2/2015
Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the expected winter weather which will impact our area, all classes and events scheduled to be held prior to 10:00 am tomorrow, Monday, March 2nd, 2015 are canceled.  All classes and events scheduled to begin at or after 10:00 am tomorrow will be held as scheduled.  

This applies to Stony Brook main campus, SB Southampton and SB Manhattan campuses and includes the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School. Students with clinical obligations should make every effort to attend rotations and contact their clinical coordinators with any questions or concerns. The University Medical Center and the Long Island State Veterans Home will remain open.

Please note that only the Governor of New York State can close state offices, agencies, and campuses. When offices are open, all State and Research Foundation employees are expected to report to work. During emergencies non-essential employees may request supervisory approval to charge their accruals when offices are open. Essential employees must report in accordance with their schedules. Please also note, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home employees are all deemed 'essential' and therefore must report to work. Ongoing assessments of weather and road conditions will be made throughout this event.  Please continue to monitor your Stony Brook University email and the University website in the event further event cancellations and schedule adjustments become necessary.

Sunday February 8th, 2015 7:00PM:
To all Students, Faculty and Staff:
The University Police - Office of Emergency Management is closely watching the forecast for the next 48 hours.  The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory which is in effect from midnight tonight until 6:00 am Tuesday.  Forecast follows:
  • Mix of rain/freezing rain/sleet/snow this afternoon and becoming steadier this evening and overnight
  • Monday morning precipitation continues in the form of freezing rain and sleet
  • Little or no snow accumulation in the morning tomorrow but switching back to snow after the commute with 1-2" possible during afternoon/overnight Monday into Tuesday
  • Temperatures will be in the 20's with wind chill temperatures in the low teens

At this time, all classes and events are scheduled at their regular time.  We urge all students, faculty and staff to leave extra time and exercise caution when commuting to campus.

Monday, February 2nd, 2015 - 9:15 PM
Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the expected  severe icing conditions which will impact our area for the morning commute, all classes and events scheduled to be held prior to 11:00 am tomorrow, Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015 are canceled.  All classes and events scheduled to begin at or after 11:00 am tomorrow will be held as scheduled.  


This applies to Stony Brook main campus, SB Southampton and SB Manhattan campuses and includes the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School. Students with clinical obligations should make every effort to attend rotations and contact their clinical coordinators with any questions or concerns. The University Medical Center and the Long Island State Veterans Home will remain open.

Please note that only the Governor of New York State can close state offices, agencies, and campuses. When offices are open, all State and Research Foundation employees are expected to report to work. During emergencies non-essential employees may request supervisory approval to charge their accruals when offices are open. Essential employees must report in accordance with their schedules. Please also note, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home employees are all deemed 'essential' and therefore must report to work.

Stony Brook Child Care will open at 10:00 am.  Staff are asked to report by 9:45 am

Ongoing assessments of weather and road conditions will be made throughout this event.  Please continue to monitor your Stony Brook University email and the University website in the event further event cancellations and schedule adjustments become necessary. 

You can also follow The University Police - Office of Emergency Management @SBUEM on Twitter for all of the latest updates.

Monday, February 2nd, 2015 - 9:45 AM
Due to expected hazardous road conditions Stony Brook Child care center will remain closed for the day.

Monday, February 2nd, 2015 - 7:30 AM
Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the hazardous road conditions expected this afternoon and evening, all classes and events scheduled for today, Monday, February 2nd, 2015 are canceled.

This applies to Stony Brook main campus, SB Southampton and SB Manhattan campuses and includes the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School. Students with clinical obligations should make every effort to attend rotations and contact their clinical coordinators with any questions or concerns. The University Medical Center and the Long Island State Veterans Home will remain open.

Please note that only the Governor of New York State can close state offices, agencies, and campuses. When offices are open, all State and Research Foundation employees are expected to report to work. During emergencies non-essential employees may request supervisory approval to charge their accruals when offices are open. Essential employees must report in accordance with their schedules. Please also note, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home employees are all deemed 'essential' and therefore must report to work.

You can also follow The University Police - Office of Emergency Management @SBUEM on Twitter for all of the latest updates.

Monday, February 2nd, 2015 - 6:00 AM
Stony Brook Child care center will open at 11:00 am for students.  Staff are asked to report at 10:45 am. 

Sunday February 1st, 2015 - 4:30 PM
Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the expected winter weather which will impact our area, all classes and events scheduled to be held prior to 12:00 pm tomorrow, Monday, February 2nd, 2015 are canceled.  All classes and events scheduled to begin at or after 12:00 pm tomorrow will be held as scheduled.  

This applies to Stony Brook main campus, SB Southampton and SB Manhattan campuses and includes the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School. Students with clinical obligations should make every effort to attend rotations and contact their clinical coordinators with any questions or concerns. The University Medical Center and the Long Island State Veterans Home will remain open.

Thursday January 29th 2015 9:00 AM - All Classes resume today
All classes and events resume today Thursday, January 29th 2015.

Wednesday January 28th 2015 8:00 PM - Thursday Classes Resume
All classes will resume at their scheduled time tomorrow, Thursday, January 29th 2015. This applies to Stony Brook main campus, SB Southampton and SB Manhattan campuses and includes the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School.

Tuesday, January 27th 2015 4:00PM - Class Schedule Changes for Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Out of an abundance of caution and in consideration of the ongoing snow removal efforts in many areas, the following class schedule changes will be in effect for tomorrow, Wednesday, January 28th, 2015.

SB Manhattan Campus: All classes to be held as scheduled

Stony Brook Main Campus: All classes scheduled to begin prior to 2:00 pm are canceled. All classes scheduled to begin at or after 2:00 pm will be held as scheduled.  This applies to all West Campus classes as well as the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, School of Health Technology & Management, School of Social Welfare, and the Dental School. Students with clinical obligations should make every effort to attend rotations and contact their clinical coordinators with any questions or concerns. The University Medical Center and the Long Island State Veterans Home will remain open.

SB Southampton campus: All classes will be canceled

Please note that only the Governor of New York State can close state offices, agencies, and campuses. When offices are open, all State and Research Foundation employees are expected to report to work. During emergencies non-essential employees may request supervisory approval to charge their accruals when offices are open. Essential employees must report in accordance with their schedules. Please also note, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home employees are all deemed 'essential' and therefore must report to work. Please continue to monitor this page and your email for further schedule changes that may become necessary.

Monday, January 26th, 2015, 9:30 pm - State Offices Closed Tuesday
State offices in Bronx, Dutchess, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Ulster and Westchester Counties will be closed on Tuesday, January 27. Accordingly, non-essential employees should not report to work and do not have to charge accruals. Essential employees should make every effort to report to work. Please also note, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home employees are all deemed 'essential' and therefore must report to work.  Any questions should be directed to your immediate supervisor or department head. Hospital Nursing Division employees should contact the Nursing Office.

Monday, January 26th, 2015, 5:00 pm -SBU Transit Service Suspended
Due to deteriorating weather conditions, SBU Transit will be suspending all transit service as of 7:00pm, Monday January 26th. SBU Transit will resume service on Tuesday, January 27th as weather and road conditions permit. Please checkhttp://www.stonybrook.edu/transportation for updates.

Monday, January 26th, 2015, 2:00 pm - Governor's Message:
In light of the weather conditions associated with Winter Storm Juno, State offices in Bronx, Dutchess, Kings, Nassau, New York, Orange, Putnam, Queens, Richmond, Rockland, Suffolk, Ulster and Westchester Counties will close at 3 p.m. on Monday, January 26. A directed early departure for non-essential employees is hereby granted as of that time and employees do not have to charge credits. Essential employees should report to work as directed by management. 

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