The Herald Bulletin

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January 27, 2014

City buses free today and Tuesday

Warming stations set up

ANDERSON, Ind. — The City of Anderson Transit System (CATS) will provide its services free of charge today and Tuersday, the city announced.

"We don't want to see anyone walking in these conditions," said Sam Pellegrino, director of CATS. "Our biggest concern is safety, so we want to provide an opportunity for everyone to get where they are going safely."

The City has also put in place warmer stations because of the weather conditions today and Tuesday, Jan. 28. Below are a list of the warmer stations by preference.

Salvation Army

1615 Meridian Street, Anderson, IN

Church Upon The Rock

303 E. 29th Street, Anderson, IN

Aletheia Fellowship

2505 Faith Drive, Anderson, IN

East Side Church of God

2600 E. 5th Street, Anderson, IN

Madison Park Church of God

6607 Providence Drive, Anderson, IN


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