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I think the police officer should notify the city as part of their job. Why should they tell the author to do it himself. I being to wonder if the police care his job.

Secondly, the explanation from DDOT is pathetic. Why is she telling the reader to contact the vendor???? Isn't DDOT job to do it? I think DDOT should have move on and get another vendor as soon possible if the vendor can't do the job. Am I missing the picture here?


by Dave on Dec 5, 2012 5:23 pm • linkreport

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