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The busy Rego Park social security office, which serves several hundred people a day, is temporarily closing starting on Dec. 12 for several months while the office undergoes renovations to modernize the facility.

“Although this temporary closure will be an inconvenience, the work is necessary, and the renovation will allow the facility to better serve the needs of our borough,” Congresswoman Grace Meng said.

As an alternative, the estimated 240 Queens residents who visit the facility can use the three closest facilities, located at 155-10 Jamaica Ave., 3rd floor, Jamaica, 866-592-0802; 138-50 Barclay Ave., Flushing, 877-457-1735; and 1111 Myrtle Ave., Bushwick, Brooklyn, 888-327-1276.
Social security offices are open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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