SOMERS, N.Y. - Schools, banks, post offices, town offices and the Somers Library are closed Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Residences and businesses normally scheduled for Monday garbage pickup by BRIA will be serviced.
The Stop & Shop on Route 6 in Baldwin Place and the A&P in Goldens Bridge are open. Who’s Cooking? in Croton Falls also is open.
The CVS at the Somerstown Center is open.
The UPS Store in Somers is open if you need to get something off in a hurry. Tazza Cafe is open if you're looking for Wi-Fi.
The Tool Nut is open as usual, and both the Danbury and Jefferson Valley Malls are open.
Somers Discount Wine & Spirits in Somerstown Center is open. Suburban Wines and Turco's in Yorktown Heights both are open.
Most restaurants normally open Monday will be open.
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