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I work for a small non profit in a neighboring county and I am shocked at how badly municipal employees are treated, especially at what I affectionately refer to as "target practice"--town-hall style meetings at elected officials' offices... I don't know how the employees keep their composure. I am also tarred with the same brush even often but I don't have to suck it up like they do. NoVA residents should be ashamed of themselves they way they treat people who are working (with ever flagging morale) keep the quality of life up in neighborhoods, required to do more with less. I would think long and hard before I took a municipal job in this region.

by Mothra Smith on Feb 17, 2013 10:52 am • linkreport

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