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Governor Cuomo Directs All Non-Essential State Employees on Long Island to go Home Early Today

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Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today directed non-essential State employees on Long Island impacted by the extreme winter storm to go home from work early.

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Non-essential employees in State offices in Suffolk and Nassau counties can leave work at 3 p.m. without having to charge accruals.

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Long Island, NY - February 9, 2017 - Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today directed non-essential State employees on Long Island impacted by the extreme winter storm to go home from work early.
 
Non-essential employees in State offices in Suffolk and Nassau counties can leave work at 3 p.m. without having to charge accruals.
 
If an agency has any questions, the agency's designated representative should contact the Governor's Office of Employee Relations at 518-474-6988.
 
Individuals with appointments at State offices on Long Island this afternoon should call to reschedule.
 
The latest storm information and updates from the Governor’s Office are available here.