Weather Closes Local Courts, Attractions

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(Courtesy: MGN Online)

CLEVELAND — Severe weather brought on by Superstorm Sandy prompted numerous closures in northeast Ohio, from schools to courts to attractions.

The Medina Community Recreation Center was closed on Tuesday due to a power outage.  All activities and programs were canceled.  If power is restored, the rec center will reopen in Wednesday at 5:30 a.m.

The Parma Justice Center was closed on Tuesday, with the exception of police operations.  Residents are reminded to use 911 for emergency calls only.  Non-emergency calls may be made to (440) 885-1234.

The Elyria Municipal Court was also closed due to weather.

The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, which typically remains open every day of the year except New Year’s Day and Christmas, sent well wishes to the public as it announced its closure on its website.

“Due to the weather, the Zoo will be closed (Tuesday).  We’re sorry for the inconvenience.  Please be safe everyone,” the message said.

Great Northern Mall in North Olmsted delayed its opening on Tuesday due to power issues.  It planned to resume business at noon.

A complete list of school, day care and business closings may be accessed by clicking the following links:

School Closings

Day Care Closings

Business Closings

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