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The federal holiday Monday for Labor Day means on that day you can't ride the bus, and no one's going to pick up your trash.

Rabbit Transit, the company that operates the public buses in the York area, will not operate the fixed routes it circulates every weekday, according to a news release from the organization. Bus routes will resume Tuesday as normal.

York City Hall also will be closed on Labor Day, according to a news release from the city.

The city's trash-collection services will be pushed back a day that week, according to York City. Anyone whose garbage would normally be picked up Monday morning should put out their trash for a Tuesday pickup. Places that normally see Tuesday pickup will instead have it happen on Wednesday, and so on, the release states.

People whose trash is normally picked up on Friday will have it picked up on Saturday, the release states.

Anyone with concerns about the trash collection may call the city's public works department at (717) 849-2245.

For more information about the buses, call (717) 846-RIDE or 1 (800) 632-9063, or visit www.rabbittransit.org.

Labor Day is always the first Monday in September. According to the federal Department of Labor, the holiday is meant to celebrate the "social and economic achievements of American workers."

— Sean Cotter covers York City for The York Dispatch. Contact him at scotter@yorkdispatch.com or on Twitter at @SPCotterYD.

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