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My ongoing e-gov quest

So I have recieved a few comments on my quest for the Rock Creek Park improvement plan. One reader, Joe, posted a comment that gave the the name of the person who is supposed to be responsible for posting that report online -- including his phone number. By way of background, I have to approve those comments before they get posted. In part, that is becuase we get a lot of spam in the comments. But it is also for situations such as this.

I'm not sure I'm comfortable putting that person's phone number out, although I have left him two messages and have not heard anything back yet, so maybe it is an option???

Regardless, I'll keep you updated.

Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Dec 01, 2005 at 12:15 PM


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