State offices closed Friday

November 11, 2010 | | Comments 3

FRANKFORT — State offices will be closed Friday.

The move is part of a budget balancing plan that includes furloughs for most state workers. Gov. Steve Beshear’s administration says the furloughs — six days from July 1 to June 30 2011 — will save the state $24 million. State offices were already closed Thursday to observe Veteran’s Day.

A limited number of state offices will remain open, including those that provide emergency services. State police, criminal justice employees and those that provide care in state-run health institutions such as mental health facilities will continue to work on Friday.

— Beth Musgrave

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  1. Joey says:

    I thought it was reported that the state had a surplus. Why furlough then?

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