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My most recent experience with DC city government workers was:

Going through a gauntlet of 30-something armed rent-a-cops who talked to me like a child.

Having the woman who signed the property tax letter I was coming in to discuss refuse to come downstairs to talk to me - AFTER I had tried unsuccessfully for a month to reach her by phone, sometimes being on hold for an hour.

Having the building receptionist get on the phone and actually beg the tax woman to talk to me on the phone.

Having said tax woman tell me "I can't do anything for you!" and hang up.

Now I've hired a lawyer.

by ceefer66 on Feb 19, 2013 3:48 pm • linkreport

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