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Residents can dispose of their storm-related debris through Nov. 10, free of charge.
One shelter remains open in Prince George's County.
After two days off, students, teachers and employees are all expected back on Oct. 31.
Other than power outages, most of the county was not damaged Tuesday morning, but in Laurel and Bowie almost a dozen trees fell in each city.
To make up for lost time in early voting because of Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced that early voting will take place through Friday with extended hours at the polls.
Acting secretary of the Maryland Department of Transportation Darrell Mobley said public transportation in Maryland is coming back Tuesday, and should be back up and running Wednesday.
Government, Police & Fire
There are 308,000 Maryland residents without power and there have been two storm-related deaths.
System to be on Sunday schedule starting this afternoon.
Residents with and without pets may evacuate to any of three Prince George's County shelters.
A list of the roads closed due to Hurricane Sandy.
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